Connect live streaming feed to fl-ux

Why should I connect FL-UX to a live streaming feed?

Connecting a live-streaming video of your games or practices to FL-UX allows you to do LIVE-ANALYTICS, meaning you can create scenes during the event to have the ability to do an instant replay on the bench, in the stands, or in the locker room. Combine a live streaming feed and FL-UX to give instant feedback to players and operate like the pros

First, create a Match or Practice from the home screen using the “+” button on the bottom right corner.

**The images on the left is showing the steps to create a Practice.

Once a Match or a Practice has been created, click on the “Broadcast” button that appears on the far right.

Click on “Start Broadcast”

FL-UX will then display the Broadcasting URL and Streaming Key on the page.

First, copy the Broadcasting URL that is in RTMP format.

Go to your live streaming service platform. (In this document, I am using Liveshell as an example)

 Go to the settings page and locate “Other broadcasting services” or some option that is similar.

FL-UX will then display the Broadcasting URL and Streaming Key on the page.

First, copy the Broadcasting URL that is in RTMP format.

Go back to FL-UX and copy the Streaming Key this time

Go back to the live streaming service platform, and paste the streaming key you copied from FL-UX into the appropriate field.

Additional Resources

FL-UX now allows your smartphones to become broadcasting cameras. Learn how to start a live stream using smartphones so that you can start doing live analysis and give instant feedback using videos to your players!

Learn the most basic action of game analysis in FL-UX. All analysis steps start with creating scenes. Scenes are where tags and sketches get attached to. 

Learn how to add tags to a scene to add more information to gain deeper insights into your game. Tags are useful for filtering many scenes faster and it is used to generate statistics, which gives another angle to view your game. s.