Start your video meeting on one of the video meeting services supported by REC.VC: BlueJeans, Cisco Meeting Server, Cisco Webex, LifeSize, Pexip, Polycom, StarLeaf or Zoom.
Whenever you are ready to start live streaming the video meeting on YouTube, connect REC.VC to the meeting service in question by placing a call (SIP/H.323) between REC.VC and the meeting.
REC.VC automatically starts sending the feed (RTMPS) to YouTube as soon as your REC.VC account has connected to the video meeting. Voilà, that’s it, you are live on YouTube!
You can go through the following steps to configure a REC.VC stream for YouTube (you can reuse this Stream configuration unless you change the stream key on YouTube):
You can select your preferred layout for mixing of video and content before starting the REC.VC live stream on YouTube
Here is an overview of the available layouts for mixing of video and content:
Yes, you can use any standard SIP/H.323 video conferencing endpoint as a source for the YouTube live stream.
The call flow between REC.VC and your endpoint can be one of the following:
The RMTPS feed to YouTube will start as soon as the call between REC.VC and your endpoint has been established.
You can create an easy one-click-to-stream YouTube option or button on your endpoint by adding your REC.VC address to the address book or custom button triggering a call to your REC.VC account.