You will need to go create your broadcast as normal for the IWLCA-TV. Once this is done, if you want to stream to both IWLCA-TV and your current streaming service simultaneously, you will need to setup RTMP Syndication. You can find the steps to do so HERE. 



In addition to setting up the above, you will need to select the RTMP Alt Source from the Alt Source section.



After creating/saving your broadcast you can go back to the Broadcasts or Broadcast Grid page and click the ‘i’ with the circle around it or magnifying glass to get your RTMP information that will be plugged into your current encoder/software. 




The RTMP information that you will input into your encoder can be found beneath the Source tab. It will appear similarly to the screenshot below -



For generic RTMP streams, your encoder should have the two following empty fields -

Address -

Stream ID -

Note: Some encoders may call these by different names. E.g. Stream URL, URL, Stream Name, etc...


The information from the Blue Frame website will be formatted as follows. 

  • Address - rtmp://[host]:[port]/[application]

  • Stream ID - [stream name]


As an example, here is the information that we used for a previous broadcast -

  • THIS IS JUST AN EXAMPLE. YOUR RTMP INFORMATION FOR EACH EVENT WILL BE DIFFERENT THAN THE INFORMATION BELOW

  • Address: rtmp://442289eb-9697-5f89-eb35-4b06f03ad13c.rtmp.volarvideo.com:1935/bf-s3ec

  • Stream ID: 442289EB-9697-5F89-EB35-4B06F03AD13C?t=0732E7DB-2DFD-1D1B-524C-EC3AD2202659&height=720&rate=2000000&i=1


This RTMP Address and Stream Name WILL change for each event streamed through BlueFrame and the IWLCA-TV.