Streaming to batc.tv with Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder

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A quick guide on how to set up the Adobe Flash media encoder to stream to batc.tv is available here: [1]

URL, stream id and stream name

These can all be found in your BATC Stream Management page. This can be accessed by logging-in to the BATC Secure Portal, then selecting "Manage Streams" from the menu on the left.

Your short URL can be used to go directly to your stream. For example type http://www.batc.tv/streams/g8gtz into your web browser, where "g8gtz" is the text entered in the "Short URL" field.

Adobe encoder settings

You can download Adobe Media encoder from here: Download Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (FMLE)

FMS URL: rtmp://batc.tv/live/<stream-id>

Backup URL:

Stream: <stream-id> Codec Choice

H.264 is the superior codec for streaming typical video over a constrained bitrate, however the denoising filters in VP6 can produce a better effective quality when streaming noisy analogue video.

AAC is the superior audio codec, however FMLE doesn't offer it as an option in all configurations.