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SRS Stack - Virtual Live Events - Revolutionizing the Way We Experience Entertainment

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Introduction​

SRS Stack enables you to create virtual live events with just one click, broadcasting them to multiple platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and Facebook. In this blog post, we'll walk you through the steps to create a virtual live event using SRS Stack.

In today's fast-paced world, virtual live events are becoming increasingly popular due to the convenience they offer. Whether it's a concert, a soccer game, or an online course, you can now create a virtual live event with your video files, making them more interactive and accessible to a wider audience.

Step 1: Create SRS Stack by one click​

Creating an SRS Stack is simple and can be done with just one click if you use Digital Ocean droplet. Please see How to Setup a Video Streaming Service by 1-Click for detail.

You can also use Docker to create an SRS Stack with a single command line:

docker run --rm -it -p 2022:2022 -p 2443:2443 -p 1935:1935 \
-p 8080:8080 -p 8000:8000/udp -p 10080:10080/udp --name srs-stack \
-v $HOME/data:/data ossrs/srs-stack:5

After creating the SRS Stack, you can access it through http://your-server-ip/mgmt.

Step 2: Upload your video file​

Once you've created your SRS Stack, open the dashboard and navigate to Scenarios > VirtualLive > YouTube. Click on Choose File, select your video file, and then click Upload File.

Step 3: Stream file to YouTube​

To stream your file to YouTube, copy the Stream URL and Stream key from your YouTube Go live page.

Open the SRS Stack dashboard and click on Scenarios > VirtualLive > YouTube. And click Start Virtual Live in SRS Stack.

Your stream will now be published on YouTube.

Step 4: Check virtual live status​

To monitor the status of your virtual live event, simply check the dashboard. You'll be able to see the status of all your virtual live events, ensuring that everything is running smoothly.

Step 5: Stream file to Twitch​

After uploading file, you can stream your file to Twitch, copy the Stream key from your Twitch Dashboard under Settings > Stream.

Open the SRS Stack dashboard and click on Scenarios > VirtualLive > Twitch. Click Start Virtual Live in SRS Stack.

And your stream will be published on Twitch in the Stream Manager.

Step 5: Stream file to Facebook​

After uploading file, you can stream your file to Facebook, copy the Stream key from your Facebook Live Producer page, then click Go live, and select Streaming software.

Open the SRS Stack dashboard and click on Scenarios > VirtualLive > Facebook. Click Start Virtual Live in SRS Stack, and your stream will be published on Facebook.

Conclusion​

Virtual live events have revolutionized the way we experience entertainment, making it more accessible and interactive than ever before. With SRS Stack, creating a virtual live event is as easy as a few clicks, allowing you to engage with your audience and create memorable experiences. Whether you're hosting a concert, a sports event, or an online course, virtual live events are the future of entertainment, and SRS Stack is here to help you make the most of it.