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My broadcasts won't play on iOS (iPhone/iPad) or Android devices. What could be the problem?

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iOS streaming should work fine if you are streaming using the H264 video format. If you are using Flash Media Live Encoder you should download the FMLE profile for your broadcast and open it in FMLE to make sure the correct settings are set. Please refer to the link below for instructions and screenshots on how to do this:
http://onyxservers.com/help/flash-media-live-encoder-guide.html#5

If you are using a different live encoder check the encoder settings to make sure H264 is selected. It is also worth noting that for iOS audio streaming to work you must select the AAC audio codec and not MP3 or any other format. FMLE does not natively support AAC unless you purchase the AAC plugin for it:
http://www.mainconcept.com/products/plug-ins/plug-ins-for-adobe/aac-encoder-fmle.html

However there are other live encoders which support the AAC audio codec. One such free live encoder is Open Broadcaster Software. Commercial live encoder options include WireCast and XSplit.

My broadcasts won't play on iOS (iPhone/iPad) or Android devices. What could be the problem?

iOS streaming should work fine if you are streaming using the H264 video format. If you are using Flash Media Live Encoder you should download the FMLE profile for your broadcast and open it in FMLE to make sure the correct settings are set. Please refer to the link below for instructions and screenshots on how to do this:
http://onyxservers.com/help/flash-media-live-encoder-guide.html#5

If you are using a different live encoder check the encoder settings to make sure H264 is selected. It is also worth noting that for iOS audio streaming to work you must select the AAC audio codec and not MP3 or any other format. FMLE does not natively support AAC unless you purchase the AAC plugin for it:
http://www.mainconcept.com/products/plug-ins/plug-ins-for-adobe/aac-encoder-fmle.html

However there are other live encoders which support the AAC audio codec. One such free live encoder is Open Broadcaster Software. Commercial live encoder options include WireCast and XSplit.