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Take control over your content and stream it yourself.
From the author:
"In 2020 the world changed when everyone become stuck in their homes, looking for creative outlets to share their art, skills and themselves from inside their bedroom.
This created an explosion of live streaming on Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Instagram, and Twitch. These services provided everything they needed, an easy way to live stream to the world, and a chat for users to be a part of their community.
That's when I wanted a better option for people. Something you could run yourself and get all the functionality of these services, where you could live stream to an audience and and allow them to take part in the chat, just like they've been used to on all the other services. There should be a independent, standalone Twitch in a Box.
Keep in mind that while streaming to the big social companies is always free, you pay for it with your identity and your data, as well as the identity and data of every person that tunes in. When you self-host anything you'll have to pay with your money instead. But running a self-hosted live stream server can be done for as cheap as $5/mo, and that's a much better deal than selling your soul to Facebook, Google or Amazon."
The goal is to have a single service that you can run and it works out of the box. Visit the Quickstart to get up and running.
Many aspects can be adjusted and customized to your preferences. Read more about Configuration to update the web UI, video settings, and more.
Web interface + chat
Owncast includes a web interface to your video with built-in chat that is available once you start the server.
Read more about the features provided and how to configure them in the web documentation.
Use with your existing broadcasting software
In general Owncast is compatible with any software that uses RTMP to broadcast to a remote server. RTMP is what all the major live streaming services use, so if youíre currently using one of those itís likely that you can point your existing software at your Owncast instance instead.
OBS, Streamlabs, Restream and many others have been used with Owncast. Read more about compatibility with existing software.
Video storage options
Two ways of storing and distributing the video are supported.
1) Locally via the Owncast server.
2) S3-compatible storage.
Local file distribution
This is the simplest and works out of the box. In this scenario video will be served to the public from the computer that is running the server. If you have a fast internet connection, enough bandwidth alotted to you, and a small audience this may be fine for many people.
Instead of serving video directly from your personal server you can use a S3 compatible storage provider to offload the bandwidth and storage requirements elsewhere.
Read more detailed documentation about configuration of S3-compatible services.
Distributed under the MIT License.
This download is for the MacOS version.
If you need the Linux 32bit version, download here.
If you need the Linux 64bit version, download here.
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