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Live Streaming With Drift Cameras

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Quick Guide of Livestream through script file   There are various ways to start livestreaming with a Drift camera, from the drift Life ioS/Android app, to more advance options like streaming to a custom URL.  If you have a fixed livestream URL and intend to have the camera immediately starting a stream when turned on, a basic script file can achieve that: 1) visit our QuickLive page, you can create a Drift Life account, and sign in. Then, you'll be prompted to select your camera, and will land on the configuration page: Here you'll need to enter the SSID and password of the...

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Drift Life | Live streaming to Youtube

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In this tutorial we’ll show you how to set up your camera for live streaming directly to Youtube! Follow the steps below to get started, or watch out tutorial video here. This feature is currently available for Android users, iOS version coming soon.   Open https://www.youtube.com and log in. Click the “Go Live” button to access live stream page as per the below screen shot. Click ‘start’ on the option to begin your stream right now: Select the ‘Streaming Software’ option: Input a title and description and select your audience. You can also add a thumbnail image here. Click ‘Save’: Your Youtube...

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How to integrate a Drift camera into your own application

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Drift has open APIs to allow users to utilize their product for various customized applications. This document explains how to get a real-time video stream from a Drift camera, and how to remotely control or configure Drift cameras. An application can access the live video feed from Drift camera through TCP or RTSP protocol. The Drift camera acts as a video streaming server when configured, while the application, run on either a PC or mobile phone, can acquire real-time video stream through TCP or RTSP URLs. Besides acting as an RTSP/TCP server, Drift cameras can also be configured or commanded...

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Live Streaming with Ghost 4K+on iOS and Android

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Live Streaming with Ghost 4K+on iOS and Android

The ability to live stream your adventures is a key feature of the ghost 4K+, and this article will guide you through the process. This blog specifically covers Android and iOSi mobile devices, for tips on live streaming with Huawei click HERE. Configure your camera’s network 1. Download and install the Drift Life app from Google Play or the Apple Store. 2. Launch Drift Life, and tap ‘Start Live Stream.’ 3. If you are not already logged in, enter your login details or select “Sign up” and follow the steps to create a new Drift Life account. 4. Select Ghost...

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Live Streaming With Ghost 4K+ and Huawei

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Live Streaming With Ghost 4K+ and Huawei

The ability to live stream your adventures is a key feature of the ghost 4K+, and this article will guide you through the process. This blog specifically covers Huawei mobile devices, for Android and iOS tips click HERE.   1). Download the Drift Life App from Huawei’s App Gallery.   2). To prepare your Ghost 4K+ for Live streaming turn it on, navigate to the settings menu, select the DVKit option, and turn it on. The camera will restart automatically.   3). Open the Drift Life App, and tap ‘Start Live Stream.’ Create an account if you don’t already have...

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