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Streaming to blogger page using nginx rtmp and OBS (tried almost everything)

Discussion in 'Scripting' started by V12POWER, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. V12POWER

    V12POWER Newbie

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    Hi everyone, im writing here after trying for DAYS to get this sht working to no avail. I can get it working on localhost, so only I can see it on my website on my pc.

    I have forwarded ports, played a bit with the push, proxy_pass and upstream commands but didn't achieve any results ie nginx/obs work on local ip addresses or localhost ONLY.

    How on earth do I get this working so anyone can see it? I do not want to pay any service yet cause I want to see if it's profitable so theres that too. Also, I tried embedding other's streams but they fill my site with THEIR ads.

    Im pretty sure this has to be doable...can't be so fuckin hard
     
  2. Max Blax

    Max Blax Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Maybe a cache problem?

    I'm not an OBS expert but I had one time to deal with this type of problems and it was a cache problem, I had to tweak the client settings to allow the client to cache enough seconds of video before starting playing it.
     
  3. TMONEX

    TMONEX Junior Member

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    Just get mist server and install in a linux server from digital ocean. you get an embed code in mins
     
  4. V12POWER

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    Yeah but digital ocean is paid right?
     
  5. TMONEX

    TMONEX Junior Member

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    Oh you need free?

    Digital ocean has 30days free trial when you add payment method.

    Vultr gives you $50 shen you fund with $5

    You can launch any linux app on your free trial, there are several cloud como3anies giving out free trials