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Utilize Spiideo Play's low-latency RTSP to send your broadcast stream to your external production software

Updated over a week ago

Using RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol), you can send a low-latency feed to your production software to add further enhancements for your viewership. Some examples of external production software are:

  • Production Truck

  • OBS

  • vMix

Read on to learn about your options with RTSP and how to use.


Features and Functionality

RTSP is a feed from Spiideo's cloud into the external software of your choice. This feed:

  • Can be either clean or with graphics

  • Uses our All Players AutoFollow

  • Has 3-second latency from Spiideo to your external software


Requirements for RTSP

To receive your camera feed via RTSP, you will need:

  • To have purchased Low-latency RTSP add-on for Spiideo Play

  • S/X/D Line Camera systems

  • Stable network that the cameras are connected to (30mbps / camera)


How to Create a RTSP Broadcast

Step 1: Check your scene is ready for RTSP

  • Navigate to your CloudControl tab in Spiideo Play

  • The highlighted column 'CloudLink Ready' will reflect a green tick if your scene is available for RTSP

  • If you see that your scene is not ready, you should reach out to Spiideo support


Step 2: Start creating your broadcast

  • Begin creating your broadcast in Spiideo Play

  • At Step 3 'Stream option', choose 'External Video Service'

  • Once done, click continue


Step 3: Create your production

Here you can enter your production details:

  1. Give the production a name

  2. Choose the low-latency option

  3. Choose your Storyboard and Graphics options

Next, click on 'Add Output'


Step 4: Add your RTSP Output

Here you choose 'RTSP' and then click 'Add'

You now have an RTSP output for this broadcast:

  • You can add further outputs if you need more than one

  • The URL will be available once the broadcast begins

Click create once you're happy with the production and finish creating the broadcast


Step 4: Access the RTSP URL

Once the broadcast begins, you can access the RTSP URL. To do so:

  • Navigate to the broadcasts tab

  • Click on the live broadcast

Scroll down to the Monitor section. You can see your outputs to the right and side and can copy the RTSP URL.

This URL can be pasted into your production software to receive the live RTSP feed


Have further questions about using RTSP into production softwares? Reach out to Spiideo support!

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