Links related to YouTube presented in somewhat random fashion
Live Control Room
Live streaming encoder
Set up your live streaming encoder
Before you can start streaming on YouTube, you need to download encoding software.
What is an encoder? An encoder is a device or application that takes your content and converts it into a digital format to stream on YouTube. In other words, encoders digitize videos and send it to YouTube to be live streamed to your viewers. Some encoders are stand-alone devices that take audio and video signal from a Camera or a PC. Other encoders are software applications running on a PC that capture video from a webcam or the computer.
Encoding (vs. webcam streaming) is best for live streams that include:
Sharing your screen or broadcasting your gameplay.
Using external audio/video hardware.
Managing an advanced production (like using multiple cameras and audio inputs).
Looking for an easier way to stream? If you don’t want to use an encoder, you can live stream via webcam and mobile.
Open Broadcaster Software
Open Broadcaster Software is a free and open-source cross-platform streaming and recording program built with Qt and maintained by the OBS Project. There are versions for Windows, macOS and Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu.
https://obsproject.com – Quickstart
Elsewhere on the Web
Error message: “We are not receiving data from your encoder. Please make sure it is configured correctly in the Ingestion Settings page … Primary stream: We are not receiving video data at a fast enough rate. Your viewers may experience buffering. Ensure your connection is fast enough or consider using a lower bitrate.”