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How to create an app that allows users to use webrtc and multistream to rtmp with antmedia?


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Hey guys,

If I want to create an app where users can - 

Create videos easily with webrtc and multistream it to their social media (that uses rtmp)

We can have our users connect with API to their facebook, youtube etc

We want each user to have the ability to click Start multistream and have the stream go to all the rtmps they have setup

 

Can antmedia help in this case?

What's the steps (for a complete newbie so don't hesitate to keep it as simple as possible) we need to follow to setup such a service to our users.

We have a few hundred users and each will need their own credentials when connecting to their social media (streamkey and password)

 

Would love to hear your suggestions, links to resources or youtube videos that can explain more...

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Hi @someoneFromSomewhere
Hope you are fine. Sorry for the delayed response.
You can easily re-stream to your RTMP end points using Ant Media. Please check https://resources.antmedia.io/docs/simulcasting-to-social-media-channels
You can create the broadcast on Ant Media for each user and add their persistent/permanent rtmp ingest point in the stream and every time when they will stream to Ant media server then it will republish to that ingest point as well.
Please let me know if you have any question.

Regards,
Yash

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We have a few hundred users and each will need their own credentials when connecting to their social media (streamkey and password)

I think a dynamic server side solution would be better where when the client connects and publishes the server side logic will automatically retrieve the social media details for that user and do simulcasting.

Probably using the rest api to create/remove  the simulcast configuration will be better.

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