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How to record broadcasts on your computer.

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In addition to server side recording, it is also possible to record your live broadcasts to the computer locally using most live encoder softwares such as Adobe Media Live Encoder, WireCast, XSplit, and Open Broadcaster Software. If using Adobe Media Live Encoder, select the 'Save to file' option.

Live stream server side recording

In the case of a multi-bitrate broadcasts, Adobe Media Live Encoder will save each broadcast bitrate as its own video file with the digits 1, 2, or 3 attached to the filename to mark which bitrate encoding the saved video represents.

Please note that Adobe Media Live Encoder saves broadcasts in F4V format so you will need to encode them into MPEG-4 H264 before uploading. Refer to the following guide for instructions on how to encode your F4V videos to H264 MP4 using Handbrake live encoder (free):
How to encode, upload, and embed videos on your web site.

How to record broadcasts on your computer.

In addition to server side recording, it is also possible to record your live broadcasts to the computer locally using most live encoder softwares such as Adobe Media Live Encoder, WireCast, XSplit, and Open Broadcaster Software. If using Adobe Media Live Encoder, select the 'Save to file' option.

Live stream server side recording

In the case of a multi-bitrate broadcasts, Adobe Media Live Encoder will save each broadcast bitrate as its own video file with the digits 1, 2, or 3 attached to the filename to mark which bitrate encoding the saved video represents.

Please note that Adobe Media Live Encoder saves broadcasts in F4V format so you will need to encode them into MPEG-4 H264 before uploading. Refer to the following guide for instructions on how to encode your F4V videos to H264 MP4 using Handbrake live encoder (free):
How to encode, upload, and embed videos on your web site.