Syndication Services

Easy Live Stream Syndication Service gets you Live on Facebook, Twitch, Periscope and other platforms

Using ScaleEngine for live streaming so you can record, transcode and secure your content just got better. Now you can automatically push out live stream content to marketing platforms whenever you want.

What makes our syndication system great? Three things, convenience, simplicity, and reliability.

First, convenience. You can set up all your outgoing pushes in one place. Your streams will push to any destination automatically, as soon as your encoder connects. Set and forget. Like all of our services, there is a complete API for programmers.

Secondly, simplicity. Doing a Facebook Live promotion? Simply enter the one time key, and hit connect in the control panel. Want to stream events continuously to Youtube or Twitch? Set up auto-push once, and you'll always be live.

Third, reliability. Streaming to Periscope? We can provide an optimized transcode for you that always meets their requirements, and that will always go live. Channel users can be live on ScaleEngine for standard web app delivery, and simultaneously live on Youtube and Twitch channels for promotion.

Setting up RTMP pushes

To push from ScaleEngine to an RTMP destination, you need the RTMP connection information. This requires a hostname, an application, and a stream name. Some providers such as ScaleEngine also will have an application instance.

An RTMP URL looks like

rtmp://hostname/application/instance

So for example:

rtmp://example-origin.secdn.net/example-origin/live

Host: ltnglobal-origin.secdn.net
application: ltnglobal-origin
instance: live

If the URL includes the stream name, such as for ffmpeg, it will look like:

rtmp://hostname/application/instance/stream

or

rtmp://hostname/application/stream

Some RTMP urls will omit the instance, if that's the case leave it blank in the push configuration.

The push publish interface in the control panelsupports pasting entire URLs into the host field, and in most cases, this will work