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Live Streaming? SwiftBird? Please Help...

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  • Hello,

    Just a few questions :

    How can I use the Swiftbird platform?
    How does it work?

    I saw this video and it made me wonder how to access it so I can use my camera to stream worldwide.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Djz-RwXs2RQ

    Thank you very much for any kind of help that would be provided.

  • Hello, We did not release the swift bird, and directly released PilotLive 8k Live Streaming instead, with the Labpano PiPlayer, Pilot cameras can stream up to 8K panoramic videos with a single click without the cumbersome connect to the server and pay expensive cloud fees needed, and watch 8K Live in your computer or VR Headsets.

    Two cases for the PilotLive 8K live streaming.
    LAN and the public network

    In either case, you will need to download and install the PiPlayer, download address:
    https://www.labpano.com/support/download

    A: LAN
    The camera pushes out the stream-->The end-user downloads and install the PiPlayer-->Input the RTMP address to the PiPlayer on PC/ VR HEADSETS--> Viewers watch the 8K live streaming on PC, mobile device, VR headsets

    Note: a media server is required to download and install on your PC, http://www.easydss.com/ You can check this media server easydss, there must be english version, you can contact their service center. this media server is for free.

    B: WLAN
    The camera pushes out the stream-->Distributing the stream to the end-user through the cloud platform-->the end-user download and install the PiPlayer-->Input the RTMP address to the PiPlayer on PC, Mobile device, VR Headsets--> Viewers watch the 8K live streaming on PC, mobile device, VR headsets.

    Note: a cloud platform is needed to distribute live streams to end customers, so the IP Address can be obtained on the established third-party streaming media server.

    Here is the Tutorial for the 8K PilotLive live streaming
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mfo8UK7NdRc
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sJWB6xJg6g

    Best regards

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