YouTube Live is an easy way to reach your audience in real-time. Whether you’re streaming a video game, hosting a live Q&A, or teaching a class, these tools will help you manage your stream and interact with viewers in real-time. You can stream directly to Youtube using an Avonic camera, without the need for additional hardware. This guide applies to the CM40-IP and CM7x cameras.
- Login to the WebGui of the camera, by default 192.168.5.163 with
- User: admin
- Password: admin
- Go to the Audio tab and set
- Enable Audio (even if you do not plan to use the camera’s audio input)
- Encoding type: AAC
- Sample Rate 44100
- Sample Bits: 16
- Channel: Stereo
- Go to the Video Tab and set the following settings under the Streaming Video menu
- Enable stream
- Protocol Type: RTMP
- Host Address: ( can be found in your YouTube account )
- Host Port: 1935
- Stream Name: ( can be found in your YouTube account )
The IP latency of Avonic cameras is extremely low, but please keep in mind that YouTube ads quite some latency to your stream.
- Go to the Network tab and select the Ethernet Menu
- Make sure that the camera is set to either DHCP or a manual set address that is allowed to access internet on the local network.
- DNS settings menu
- Set a DNS server, you can use the default addresses 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124 if you are uncertain.
Reboot the camera after changing these settings and you’ll be streaming live to Youtube.