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How to stream live to with Livepush

Learn how to start sending a Livepush livestream to

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Written by Byron Franecki
Updated over a week ago

Livepush supports as a streaming destination, and all you need is to add and configure your RTMP server and stream key in your Livepush dashboard.


  1. A account.

  2. A Livepush account.

Step by step guide

Adding as a destination is simple and very easy. Let's walkthrough the steps.

1- Sign in to your Livepush account (if you don't have one, create your Free Account.

2- Go to your Dashboard Home and click on your stream card i.e. Multistream or Pre-recorded live stream.

3- In the Stream Dashboard page, click on the [Add Destination] button under "Destinations" section on the left.

4- The destinations dialog will appear with all of the supported platforms, click on the "Nood" icon.

5- Now you need to copy the RTMP stream key from your dashboard. To do that, sign in to your account in a new browser tab or window
NOTE: You can skip to Step (7) if you already have your stream key.

6- Now head over to your Nood Broadcast Settings, locate the "STREAM KEY" label and COPY the value next to it, that is your RTMP Stream Key.

7- Now, go back to your Livepush Stream Dashboard page and paste your copied RTMP Server URL and Stream Key values to the input boxes visible in the Destination Dialog.

8- For Server URL, click on the [Choose Server] dropdown box and select a server location that is most closest to you.

8- Click on the [Save Destination] button, wait for it to get saved .. and then close the dialog box.

Great Job! you have successfully added your as a destination in your Livepush dashboard.

Bonus Step: Toggle the "ON/OFF" switch next to your destination and start streaming to

If you need any help in any step over the course or need improvements to the article, please do not hesitate to contact us via our Live chat support.

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