Saving Live Video for VOD
The live broadcast you make using Cinema8 Live Streaming is automatically registered to Cinema8 Library.
Enter Cinema8 Creative Studio and click the Library tab. Find the video of your live streaming here. The video is the same name as your live project. If you see READY text in the Status section on the right side of the video, your video is ready for use. If you wish, you can create an interactive project with this video. Even if you delete the live streaming from the projects, your live streaming video will still be available in the Library. Of course, you can also delete it from the Library.
Click here to see how to create an interactive project.
C8 Video Streaming & Storage
Cinema8 streaming & storage feature allows you to take full control of your interactive and linear videos with Live & VOD streaming and includes technologies such as Video Streaming, Live Streaming, Adaptive Streaming. Cinema8 offers its own storage ...
Publishing Live Videos
You can share your Live Projects like your interactive projects. This step is very simple. If you wish, share the link of the live broadcast (URL), or embed it on your website or mobile application with your audience. Publish with native project URL ...
Brief Introduction to Live Streaming
Cinema8 Live Streaming feature allows you to easily live streaming. You can easily create live broadcasts on the mobile device or on the computer and deliver them to your audience. All you need to do is get the RTMP and Stream links Cinema8 will give ...
Live Streaming Apps & Clients
If you are going to do your live broadcast on a mobile device, you need a mobile application, if you are going to do it on a computer, you need a desktop program. The Live Project With Mobile App The production of live streaming with the mobile ...
Creating New Interactive Live Stream
"Create Live Project" is the page where you can create a new live stream. You can name your live broadcast with "Name" in the "Project information" field, enter the description of your live broadcast in the "Description" field, and enter live ...