Since there’s been a flurry of interest lately on my series of posts on live church streaming, here’s an index to the entire set of posts:
- Live Streaming On a Budget (Part 1) – Genesis
- Live Streaming On a Budget (Part 2) – Encoding
- Live Streaming On a Budget (Part 3) – The Process
- Live Streaming on a Budget (Part 4) – How it works
- Live Streaming on a Budget (Part 5) – Automating EC2
- Live Streaming on a Budget (Intermission) Speedlinks!
- Live Streaming on a Budget (Part eleventy) – Metrics
- Live Streaming on a budget: Wowza Load Balancing (Part … um.. how many is it now?)
- Live Streaming on a Budget (Part eleventy point one) – Metrics Revisited
For the benefit of the less technically inclined, I’ve moved scripts and code to their own section and updated posts that contained the code with links to the appropriate page.
The links are giving me an error. Please say you haven’t taken them down. They are a great resource to all of us.
Which links are you referring to? I just checked all the links on this post, and they’re working.
I was getting a 404, Ian. But they are working now.
Thanks, for taking the time to post this wonder series!
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Also keep in mind licensing costs if you are webcasting performances of copyrighted music. There are two options:
Excellent information provided by Ian Beyer.