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    Edit Custom streamprofile tricaster studio

    Is it possible to edit the custom stram profile from the tricaster studio?
    We now have a flash h264 stream profile with 480x270 with a bitrate of 573

    We want a higher bitrate and a resolution of 1280x720 or maybe higher?

    We located the prx files in de stream profile folder, changed the resolution, but we do not see a clear difference?

    TNX

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    If you choose the Streaming Profile dropdown, you have a choice of 1280X720 @ 1024k, 1280km 1536k and 2048k
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    Quote Originally Posted by fsupport View Post
    Is it possible to edit the custom stram profile from the tricaster studio?
    We now have a flash h264 stream profile with 480x270 with a bitrate of 573

    We want a higher bitrate and a resolution of 1280x720 or maybe higher?

    We located the prx files in de stream profile folder, changed the resolution, but we do not see a clear difference?

    TNX
    If this is a TriCaster STUDIO, you need to select a profile that start with 'Flash' at the start of the name otherwise the profile is Windows Media. 'PRX' files are Window Media Profiles, not Flash. You need to use Adobe Media Live Encoder to create/modify the profile (this software is installed on your TriCaster system in the Start menu), they should be XML and you should find them in a similar path to where the WMV profiles are but there should be a folder for Flash profiles.

    Lastly, TriCaster STUDIO is only a SD level system, so making a profile higher than 640x480 isn't going to help you much, I don't even know if the system will work with a 1280x720 profile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kanep View Post
    Lastly, TriCaster STUDIO is only a SD level system, so making a profile higher than 640x480 isn't going to help you much, I don't even know if the system will work with a 1280x720 profile.
    If it is an NTSC system the profile would want to be 854x480 (the flash stream is of course square pixels), however considering Fsupport probably is working with PAL their system will be capable of the higher 1024x576 resolution.

 

 

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