Setting up a Live Broadcast on the internet
Broadcasting live content over the internet isn’t as difficult as people would think. In fact, it’s extremely easy. All you need is an audio or video source, a way of getting the audio or video to the 스포츠중계 PC, a free software program supplied by Microsoft, and enough upload bandwidth to cover the broadcasting of the content.
In this tutorial, I’ll attempt to teach you what you need to know so you can broadcast your content over the internet. I’ll primarily show you audio only, but you’ll see how easy it is to do video as you progress through this tutorial.
As this is a text only tutorial, you will want to download the free software from Microsoft, and go through the configuration while you read this tutorial. Don’t panic though. It’s really easy to do. Don’t let the length of this tutorial scare you away. The rewards of having your live broadcast up and running should keep you motivated to stick with it.
The only slightly complicated part of this tutorial is to do with your firewall. Due to the number of firewalls out there, I’ll be very generic in my approach to telling you what you need to do. I’ll explain this in further detail later in the tutorial.
First things first. You need to set up your audio source. In this example I’m using a radio scanner to broadcast Live Police from a radio scanner.
I basically have the radio scanner plugged into my Pc’s sound card with a cable roughly 2 metres (7 Feet) in length with a 3. 5mm mono plug on each end. Of course the length of cable is up to you. Note: if you are broadcasting music, you’ll want to use a cable that has stereo plugs instead of mono plugs. You’ll also want to ensure your plugs on the cable match the audio device, Some devices may use a 2. 5mm plug instead of 3. 5mm. If you are broadcasting voice only, mono plugs are better as it ensures sound comes out of both speakers for the listener.
Plug the cable in so that one end plugs into the headphone socket of your audio device, and the other end plugs into the Microphone socket of your sound card on your pc.
Now go to the Microsoft website and download the Windows Media Encoder 9 software. It’s free. It’s approximately 9. 5MB. The link to the software is located at the bottom of this article.