Install & Upgrade Specifications Setup Streaming Local/FTP File HLS HTML5 Video RTMP SRT MPEG-TS MPEG DASH Decklink Newtek NDI DirectShow RTSP Advanced Settings Multi-bitrate Video Codecs NVIDIA GPU Intel GPU Video Overlay

IPTV Live Video Encoding & Streaming DirectShow

Stream from DirectShow TV capture cards (Windows only)

Choose dshow and click "..." button to enumerate and choose your video / audio capture devices available to stream.

IPVTL Stream DirectShow

Tip: On some kind of capture cards, video and audio can come from the same device. In that case, enter video=<device_name>:audio=<device_name> in the url box.

If there are more than one cards with a same device name, append parameter video_device_number and audio_device_number (starts from 0) to the device address. For example:
video=<device_name>:audio=<device_name>?video_device_number=1&audio_device_number=1 (2nd video & 2nd audio device)

Screencast on Windows (GDI)

Select "file" source format and enter "desktop" in Media Source. Go to advanced format settings -> Custom Param, and enter -f gdigrab -framerate 5 in Source Parameters box.

Screencast on Linux (Video4Linux interface)

Choose v4l2 source format and enter device name in Media Source, like /dev/video0.

Stream from Microsoft Windows Media Service

Choose mms (mms over http tunnelling) source format, enter the URL that can be played in Windows Media Player, e.g. mms://

Normally mms works in most cases. If there is problem, try mmst (mms over tcp) instead.