WebRTC – LIVE AUDIO BROADCASTING

Audio Live Broadcasting Made Super Easy!

* Now available as a beta release! Let us know if you would like it activated within your Studio account.

  • Give this video a look for a quick introduction to browser-based streaming!

 

LIVE AUDIO STREAMING WITH WebRTC

If the thought of video broadcasting does not appeal to you at this time (i.e. concerned about equipment, budget, human resources / volunteers, etc.), consider doing a live audio-only stream.

 

Simply broadcast your audio directly from your Internet Browser using WebRTC. No additional software required. It is incredibly simple, anyone can do it!

 

Like a radio broadcast, your audience can tune-in and enjoy your stream, in real-time. The responsive Media Centers and Apps makes it easy for them to connect on any device, big or small… wherever they have internet access.

 

WebRTC Broadcasting allows you to stream directly from your browser (Chrome only), with no other software required! This will work from a MAC, PC, and most Android devices. (Note: iOS support is currently being debugged.)

We will received your Live Stream and…

A] Deliver it in real-time to your Media Centers and/or Apps; for your audience to enjoy!

B] Record it server-side and add it to your archive (in whole or in part), for on-demand access through your Media Centers, Podcast Feeds, and / or Apps.

 

No need to upload your audio, just live stream it to us.  We will automatically record it server-side, and add it to your Players and Podcast feeds!

  • If you would like to take part in this beta program, please submit a Support ticket from within your Sermon Studio account, and request that we activate WebRTC.
Troubleshooting WebRTC in your Chrome Browser

Be sure you are using the Chrome browser

 

If you are having difficulties you will need to make sure your Sermon Studio’s Live Broadcast Episode page is granted permission to access your system’s media devices (Microphone and/or Camera) within Chrome.

 

1. A good place to start is by clearing your browser’s cache & history in Chrome.

In Chrome’s address bar go to:  chrome://settings/  (copy & paste into Chrome’s address bar)

…scroll down to the very bottom and click on ADVANCED. At the bottom of the ‘Privacy and security’ section you will see ‘Clear browsing data’ …do this.

 

2. Device Permissions; go to the following pages within your Chrome browser:

a] chrome://settings/content/camera (copy & paste into Chrome’s address bar)

Have it set to ‘Ask before using’ = ON. Once you have granted your Sermon Studio page access it should show up in the ALLOW section.

 

b] chrome://settings/content/microphone (copy & paste into Chrome’s address bar)

Have it set to ‘Ask before using’ = ON. Once you have granted your Sermon Studio page access it should show up in the ALLOW section.

 

3. After you have made the above adjustments, restart your system and give it a fresh start.

 

Let us know if problems persist – happy to help!

NOTE:
These devices will enable you to connect an audio input device to your phone or tablet:

 

IK Multimedia iRig 2 [guitar / soundboard] interface adaptor for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Mac and Android

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00T631UTC/ref=as_li_ss_tl?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00&linkCode=sl1&tag=ravenscraftor-20&linkId=68bd9ecd86a09c4b2576ce7a8434f2c5

ABOUT THE MEDIA CENTER – FOR AUDIENCE ACCESS:

Your Media Center is powerful tool that your audience can use to access your Live or On-demand content. You can customize the Media Center to match your existing look, and / or embed the Media Center directly into your web site.

 

Media Centers are packed full of features, including; access to both live and on-demand content, Live Chat, integrated Bible, easy Sharing, robust Search & Sort, etc.

 

It is fully mobile responsive, meaning it will work great on devices and screens of all shapes and sizes. It is like a browser-based media app!

ATTENTION: SIMULCASTING to FACEBOOK LIVE & YOUTUBE LIVE