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Virtual live events refers to converting recorded video files, devices, or network streams into live broadcasts and pushing them to live streaming platforms. For example, in e-commerce live streaming, you can pre-record product explanations and demonstrations. In educational live streaming, you can pre-record lessons and play them in the live classroom. For online speeches and sharing, you can play pre-recorded content in the live room.

Virtual live events allows streamers to have plenty of preparation time, making the content more polished. It helps reduce anxiety for inexperienced streamers, prevents network issues, enables 24/7 live streaming, reaches a wider audience, and offers more possibilities for live broadcasts.

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In today's digital world, live streaming has become an essential tool for businesses, content creators, and individuals to engage with their audiences. With the increasing popularity of various live streaming platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook, it has become crucial to stream your content on multiple platforms simultaneously to reach a wider audience. This blog will guide you through the process of live streaming to multiple platforms using Oryx.

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In today's digital age, live streaming has become increasingly popular, with platforms like YouTube and Twitch offering users the ability to broadcast their content in real-time. However, with this growing popularity comes the need for enhanced security and authentication measures to protect both streamers and viewers. In this comprehensive guide, we will delve into the importance of security and authentication in live streaming, discuss the Oryx solution for secure publishing, and provide a step-by-step guide on setting up the Oryx for your own live streaming service.

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OBS now features WHIP support, with the patch having been recently merged. This enables various new functions and possibilities with OBS WHIP, as the latency drops from 1 second to 200 milliseconds.

Without OBS WHIP, you can employ RTMP+WebRTC for live streaming, which results in a latency of approximately 500ms. However, by using OBS WHIP, you can achieve low-latency live streaming with a latency of around 200ms.

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Written by Winlin and GPT4

While Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is a widely used solution for live-streaming to YouTube via RTMP or RTMPS, there is an alternative approach that leverages a web browser.

This method involves streaming your camera using WebRTC within a webpage, then employing Simple Realtime Server (SRS) to convert WebRTC to RTMP, and using FFmpeg to publish the RTMP stream to YouTube. For those who prefer RTMPS, FFmpeg can be utilized to extract the stream from SRS via RTMP, transcode it to RTMPS, and subsequently publish it to YouTube.

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After you have built your SRS server, you can use HTTP API to access it by SRS console or other HTTP clients. However, you should secure your HTTP API to prevent unauthorized access. This article describes how to secure your HTTP API.