, Streaming

Getting Started

**ALL Live Events now must be scheduled on the new platform**

  • Events need to be scheduled at least 15 minutes in advance so the system can process the event

  • Your channel will not be available until the event time has been met, so please do not start the stream before the set time

  • When you are done with scheduling the event, please make sure that the post is set to public and not draft

  • From your dashboard click on streaming

  • Click on streaming > Events
  • Add New Streaming (same as adding a new event)

  • Give Title, Details, & Date/Time
  • If you would like the event to repeat
  • Scroll Down To add passages/verses Click Save/Next

  • Stream Type > Live Stream
  • Scroll Down > Save/Next

  • Check to save the sermon to archive if you would like to keep a copy
  • Status to Publish so this will be public
  • Save & Done

Broadcasting To Other Platforms

  • You can easily stream to Facebook, Custom RTMP, or YouTube
  • Click on Streaming > Settings > Add your destination
  • Adding a destination will push out when you are live or simulated live

Setting up your broadcast gear

  • Click on Streaming > Settings > Equipment Settings
  • Most software or hardware encoders will use the same settings as OBS (Open Broadcast Software)

Embedding your player

  • Click on Streaming > Settings > Embed Settings
    For Live select the embed type as live or for archived select the archives from the dropdown
    There will be 2 players 1 for Live and 1 for archive
    Church Online Platform will use the live embed player

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If you have any other questions please let us know, we are here and happy to help.

By submitting a ticket within your account or emailing

We do offer FREE remote assistance, if you could use some help let us know and we can set up a time.
Link to our support calendar

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