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How to live stream to Youtube thanks to simplescreenrecorder from Debian

How to live stream to Youtube.. Thanks Adrian

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First of all you need to install simplescreenrecorder in Debian.

So the youtube side is quite explained in the official documentation. There is an explanation on how to create a live event. Then check the live encoder settings, bit rates and resolutions. I personally choose 480p because my upload bandwith is not so good.

The trick here is to choose “Other encoders” under the Select your encoder question.

This will show some special data that you need to feed into your encoder.

What you see is similar to:

youtube_live_encoder_settings

Recording name: username-1234.abcd-efgh-1ab2c-335ds (This will change for each new live event)

Main server URL: rtmp://a.rtmp.youtube.com/live2

Secondary server URL: rtmp://b.rtmp.youtube.com/live2?backup=1 (We will not use it)

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Then you go to Live Control Room to check that the stream status is “Without data”.

youtube_live_control_room_no_stream

Now, it’s time to run simplescreenrecorder.

  • Click on Continue on the welcome screen
  • simple_screen_recorder_welcome
  • Profile
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