The TelVue TeleCast 2 encoder can stream to up to 3 destinations at the same time. You can configure more than 3 destinations to manage, but only 3 may be actively streaming simultaneously.
Streaming to YouTube involves sending a single RTMP stream to YouTube at the highest encode profile configured on your TeleCast 2’s Encoder page. YouTube creates an adaptive bitrate (ABR) stream from the incoming source.
Before you begin a live stream on YouTube for the first time, you have to enable your YouTube channel for live streaming.
Note: Enabling a live stream for the first time may take up to 24 hours. Once enabled, your stream can go live instantly.
To create a live stream on YouTube:
Don’t share your stream name/key. Anyone who has access to your stream name/key information can stream video to your channel. A stream name/key can be used again after a live stream ends, unless the Reset button is pressed on the YouTube Live Dashboard. A consistent stream name/key is easier to manage with your TeleCast 2, as once it is configured in Destinations, you do not need to keep editing it. Keep in mind that you can only broadcast one live video at a time with your stream name/key.
To add the YouTube stream destination on your TeleCast 2: