How to Configure OBS with OneStream



Configuring OBS with OneStream

Download OBS on your device. After downloading OBS Auto-Configuration Wizard will start.

Select your desired settings from the Auto-Configuration Wizard and click Next. (Select Optimize for streaming, recording is secondary)



From Video Settings choose Base Resolution as (1920x1080).

FPS as Use Current (30).

Click Next.



Open OneStream App.

Select Real-time Stream from the left hand sidebar.

Click RTMP SETTINGS

Select your desired Server as per your location.

Copy Server URL from the OneStream RTMP SETTINGS and paste it in the OBS SERVER slot.

Copy Stream Key from the OneStream RTMP SETTINGS and paste it in the OBS Stream Key slot.



In OBS auto configuration wizard select the Service as Custom.

Paste the Server URL copied from the OneStream RTMP SETTINGS.

Paste the Stream key copied from the OneStream RTMP SETTINGS.

Click Next.



The Bandwidth test Stream warning will appear. Click Yes.



You will get the Final Results. Click Apply Settings.



Change the Video Bitrates to 3000 Kbps, Scroll down to the end for the Configuration of OBS with OneStream

Your OBS is ready for sending stream to OneStream. Select your media by clicking the + sign.

Click Start Streaming.



It will take 15-20 seconds for a stream to appear on OneStream Real-time Multicasting Dashboard.
Once the video appears on the OneStream Dashboard you can select your desired social accounts for streaming.

Configuration of OBS with OneStream if you have already installed OBS on your devices.

Open OBS on your Device and click Settings.



Click Stream.

Select Service as Custom.

Copy and paste Server URL from the OneStream RTMP SETTINGS into the OBS Server slot.

Copy and paste Stream key from the OneStream RTMP SETTINGS into the OBS Stream key slot.



Click "Output" from the left sidebar.

Change the Video bitrates to 3000 kbps.

Click Apply.

Click Ok.



OBS is ready for sending streams to OneStream.
Continue with point 18 and 19. Your stream will appear on OneStream Real-time Multicasting Dashboard.****
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