OBS Studio configuration for an SRT broadcast (single language)
For a regular SRT broadcast, we recommend that you use the original SRT output in OBS. This way, your broadcast automatically continues after being interrupted and you can make a local recording while broadcasting.
Event configuration in Clevercast
When creating an event in Clevercast, choose SRT for T@H and Captions (for a live stream with extra audio languages or captions) or 'SRT broadcast (Clevercast as listener)' (for single language streaming) as the broadcast protocol.
OBS Studio settings
Copy the ‘SRT Caller URL‘ from your event to the ‘Server‘ field in OBS Studio (in the ‘Stream’ tab). You can leave the ‘Stream Key’ empty.
Note: some of the query-string arguments in the ‘SRT Caller URL‘ are not necessary when using the original SRT output, but they will be ignored by OBS.
The rest of the configuration should follow our broadcast guidelines as much as possible. See the screenshots below on how to do this.
Output configuration for Translate@Home
Note: Clevercast currently delivers all multilingual live streams (including T@H and captions) with a framerate of 25 fps and keyframe interval of 2 seconds, no matter what framerate your broadcast contains. Therefore, we strongly recommend to use a framerate of 25 fps and keyframe interval of 2 seconds in your broadcast. If you use a higher framerate and not all frames are delivered to Clevercast in time (eg. network connections, insufficient bandwidth at the event location) this may cause the floor audio to go shortly out of sync.