How to set up simulcasting through Noice Studio

Looking to share the fun of Noice with your communities on other platforms? Simulcasting is a great way to do that! Best of all, Noice Studio has simulcasting capabilities built in directly within the interface. Here's how to use it.

First, make sure that OBS is set to stream properly to Noice. If you need a refresher on the optimal settings required to stream to Noice, please refer to this article: Required Streaming Settings

Next, open Noice Studio, head into Settings, and click on Simulcasting. You'll see the following screen. 

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Click "Add Simulcasting Destination"
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On this screen, there are two text boxes requesting information about the alternate platform that you'd like to output the Noice stream signal to. The two pieces of information are Destination URL and Stream Key.

Destination URL refers to the server URL that Noice needs to establish a connection with in order to transmit the signal. Different streaming platforms have different Destination URLs. These Destination  URLs are also referred to as RTMP Endpoints. Here's how to find the RTMP endpoints for several popular platforms.

Stream Key is a unique identifier for your stream. You should be able to find your Stream Key in the settings of the platform you desire to simulcast to.

Once you have entered your Destination URL and Stream Key, click "save".

Now you are all set to simulcast. The next time you stream to Noice, we will also cast the Noice stream including the Noice UI and arena to your desired destination platform.

Additionally, you can use third-party services and plug-ins to enable simultaneous streaming. For more information on setting these up, check out the links listed below:

Enjoy and don't forget to "Play The Stream!" Dive in, have a great time, and explore all the fun that Noice has to offer.