Live Broadcast Using Virtual DJ
Edited by Feels, Catch21chuck, Eng, Anonymous
Hello and welcome to VisiHow.com. This is going to be a tutorial on how to broadcast live using Virtual DJ. You can both record and broadcast live with Virtual DJ and this is going to be a tutorial on how to broadcast live.
- 4I have already filled it in with the options that we need.We have "Server:" which is on mixify.com, "Port", "Name", "Password", and also "Genre". It's set to OGG, which is on Icecast. We have also set it to 128 kbps. Most streams are at 96 or 128. We want this to be as high as possible, however, the higher it is the better of an internet connection we're going to need. We can also select this to auto-start whenever we open up the program. We can also choose MPEG or OGG. We're going to use OGG and then just press "OK".
- 6"Total Time" is what we're going to be looking at.We will see here, it says, "Broadcasting on" and then our link, our "Total Time" and then our actual file. Whenever this is going, that means we're streaming. We'll know that we're streaming to our server whenever this number is going up. If it's not going up, that means we have been disconnected from the server or there's an issue with our internet connection or something related to that.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Catch21chuck, Feels