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How to share, record, and even token-gate a Livestream on Bonfire.
To use this feature you must first download a broadcasting software like OBS Studio, StreamLabs or StreamElements.
Here’s the step-by-step:
- Go to Content > Livestream
- The first time you go live, you’ll need to set up your stream by giving it a name and description (optional)
- After setting up your stream, you’ll be given a Server URL and Stream Key. These credentials are how you’ll connect your Bonfire Stream to the broadcasting software of your choosing (e.g. OBS or StreamLabs)
- To connect the broadcasting software or to Bonfire, you’ll be asked to input your Server URL and Stream Key
- Copy-paste these credentials from your dashboard, which you can find beneath your stream in the Livestream tab
- Now that you’ve connected the broadcasting software to Bonfire, you can start streaming. Use software to control the stream and click Start Streaming once you’re ready
- Go back to Bonfire to view your stream (this might take a minute to load)
You have the option to change the name and description of your Stream channel, you can also record and token-gate it
- Go to Pages, choose a page or create a new one and then go Back to Studio Menu > Blocks and add a Livestream block to the page
- Add any block to your page to customize it and don’t forget to fill out your page settings
- Make sure you’ve filled out your page Settings and chosen your Style, all found under the Studio Menu
- Click Publish
How to add a chat to your stream
If your community uses Discord, you can embed a Discord channel beneath your livestream to add chat functionality to your token-gated stream using WidgetBot. Here’s how:
Now that you’ve set up your livestream, check out these 10 tips to help you take your token-gated streams to the next level.
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