vt driver for free flash streaming clients

view3d

Member
for sites such as nowlive.com ustream.tv stickam.com , many social networks and more. Would be a great revolution to get vt on the free live video streaming sites!
 

billmi

Paintball Video Geek
I know that at least for ustream, you can encode with ustream's software from the VT directly without needing the VT software to live encode flash - do a search of the forum, I know I've seen at least one post on how to configure it.
 
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CreatvGnius

Guest
view3d said:
I got it working apparently it was an installation issue I had.
OK. :tongue: That's tasty. What steps were involved, view3D?
-PeterG
 

billmi

Paintball Video Geek
I just used stickam. I like the idea that it's not recording the stream (lets me deliver a monetized version of the recording elsewhere.)

It's basically plug and play, VT was the only windows media source running on my machine at the time, and when I said "go" it popped up a window asking for permission to send me video, then it started streaming.

Now the real question... Are there any of these free streaming services that don't crop the crud out of the video like stickam and ustream?
 

deaddavey

New member
hi

I am trying to stream to ustream. do i need a flash driver?

the broadcast window says no camera detected.
I can pull from VT5 but when I try to push, it crashes.

I am on quadcore with vista, 3gb ram should be fine...
 

billmi

Paintball Video Geek
For ustream, do not use the streaming function of the VT. Instead, follow ustream's instructions, and when you come to the option of choosing the camera you will webcast from, select VT[5] output.
 

deaddavey

New member
i am not using vt, it wont do a push feed it just crashes the system.

but opening ustream i see no instructions for vt. as it opens i just get a message that says no camera detected and no options.
 

billmi

Paintball Video Geek
Not using VT would be the problem. If it's not running, the Flash based broadcaster program can't see it.

When the VT[5] switcher is running, and I pull up Stickcam or Ustream's broadcast control, it gives me VT[5] output as a camera source option.
 

jcupp

Grizzled Veteran
Not with the older TriCaster software, it doesn't have the windows video drivers. TriCaster 2.0 should work as it does have the drivers.
 

richrach

New member
Not using VT would be the problem. If it's not running, the Flash based broadcaster program can't see it.

When the VT[5] switcher is running, and I pull up Stickcam or Ustream's broadcast control, it gives me VT[5] output as a camera source option.

Hi. I've got a problem. I'm using VT5 and it's running... yet, i got the message "No camera has been detected. Please connect a camera and restart your broadcaster." when i click on "Broadcast now" in ustream. I dont have the camera source option. Where do i go from here?
 
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