Real-Time Messaging Protocol, or RTMP, is a data transmission code to stream audio and video by maintaining a constant connection between the player and the server, rapidly moving audio and video.
A Stream Key is a code that allows a streaming software, like OBS, to communicate with a streaming platform by identifying the video and audio source and sending that content to be live streamed over the Web.
If using a mobile device to stream, the codes are not necessary. If the stream is done with a camera device, CCTV camera, or other software, the codes are needed to sync the stream to Rapid Replay. The codes are found following the steps below.
Before streaming, from a browser:
Log in to the website.
Click Live Stream.
At the top of the screen, click the team dropdown and select the desired Team.
Locate the desired stream.
To view the scheduled stream, click Schedule.
Click the three vertical dots icon > Edit Details.
At the bottom of the page, click Show Stream Key and RTMP info.
At the right side of each field, click the copy to clipboard icon to copy the Stream Key or RTMP info.
Before streaming, from the mobile App:
Download, sign up, or log in to the app.
Tap the stream page icon.
At the top of the screen, tap the team dropdown and select the desired team.
To view the scheduled stream, tap Schedule.
Locate and tap the desired stream.
At the bottom of the page, tap Show Stream Details.
At the right side of each field, tap Copy to copy the Stream Key or RTMPS info.
While streaming, from the stream screen:
Tap the settings icon.
The Stream Key and RTMP Endpoint are visible.