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Facebook Live Streaming
All you need to know about Facebook live streaming using OneStream
How to connect Facebook Group to OneStream?
Connect Facebook Group Each Group must be connected and authorized individually to live stream successfully. Click Add account on the sidebar. Click Group button. List of Groups of which you are Admin of will be displayed. Choose the ones you wish to connect to OneStream. In this example, Facebook Group Birds Lovers is selected. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/user
Facebook Permissions & Re-authentication
How to re-authenticate OneStream Follow these steps if your live stream failed due to Facebook permissions error or expected Facebook Pages or Groups do not show up when you try to connect Facebook social acccounts. Steps to re-authenticate OneStream with Facebook Click your avatar on top right. Click Account Settings. Scroll down and click RE-AUTHENTICATE ONESTREAM butto
How to live stream on a Facebook group I don't have admin rights on?
Facebook Group streaming without admin rights You need admin rights on a Facebook group where you want to live stream your pre recorded videos via OneStream. When you have admin rights you can connect the group with OneStream and schedule streams on it. However if you are only a group member, the only way to live stream on the group is by using custom RTMP streaming. Open OneStream dashb
Facebook Social Account is Locked
Facebook Social Account Locked Following message is displayed if the Facebook social account (Profile, Page or Group) was connected to OneStream using a different Facebook user than what is currently logged into your browser. This secures your social account from unwanted access and makes sure only authorized person is streaming on Facebook. To fix it, follow these steps: Open a new tab in your br
How does Facebook display title & description for live streams?
Facebook Live Streams Once the live stream begins, the description will be displayed over the video. Once the view is enlarged, title will be visible on the top right. Description is displayed under it. Facebook Live Notifications When a stream is scheduled with event notification selected, One
How do Facebook notifications work?
Facebook Notifications Notifications are automatically handled by Facebook. Following are the two possibilities: If schedule is created more than 15 minutes prior to the planned live stream You have option to select how long before the start of your live stream you want to make an announcement on Facebook. e.g if your live stream is scheduled to go live after 20 min and you choose your event notification t
Why I see OneStream branding on Facebook?
OneStream branding on Facebook Facebook Groups On Facebook Groups, your viewers will see OneStream tag next to your post ONLY when event notification is used. Otherwise, no OneStream branding is displayed. OneStream branding shown for Group In order to avoid OneStream branding on Facebook groups, do not set event notification when you create a schedule. This is the default setting in OneS
Simulcast Live Streams to Facebook, YouTube, Periscope
Simulcast Restrictions Facebook prohibits any third party, using their live steam API, to live stream the same video to any other destination at the same time. So when selecting multiple social accounts to live stream your video to, you cannot select
I do not see any Facebook Page or Group to connect to OneStream
Facebook Page or Group not listed There are 2 likely reasons that no Facebook Group or Page is listed that can be connected to OneStream. Admin or Editor Rights Only Facebook pages or groups where you have Admin or Editor rights are displayed. If you do not have either of these roles, the page or group will not appear in your social accounts list to connect to OneStream. Ask that Page's or Group's admin to assign you the required roles. **Facebook Permis
Copyright rules for Facebook Live - How to avoid getting flagged
Facebook Content Policy Live Streaming, although not a very new phenomena on social media, is still in early stages of mass adoption. With exponential rise in streaming traffic across social media sites, big players like Facebook and YouTube are constantly striving to improve their algorithms that detect copyrights violations or break other guidelines. Facebook has now introduced a strike-based system. Content that went under the radar a few months ago is now being flagged for violations.
Facebook Group Re-Authorization
Facebook Group Authorization Live stream will fail if required permissions are not granted or groups are not authorized to be used for live streaming by OneStream. Remember: Each group needs to be authorized separately. Open the Group on which your stream failed. Click More Click Edit Group Settings !(ht
Facebook Content Policy Violation
Facebook Policy Violation If the content of your stream is in violation to Facebook's content policy, Facebook reserves the right to automatically stop it. Here are a few of the things that aren't allowed on Facebook: Copyright material either video or audio Nudity or other sexually suggestive content Hate speech, credible threats or direct attacks on an individual or group Content that contains self-harm or excessive violence Fake or impostor profiles Spam To see t
Web Links Shared in Facebook Live Stream
Web links in title or description If you add a web link in your live stream title or description, Facebook's security system might detect it as unsafe and might not allow your live stream to go through. Solution If this happens, simply schedule your stream again removing any web link shared in either stream title or description.