1. Required OBS Settings:


Mode: Advanced


– Auto Track = 1
– Encoder = x264
– Check Enforce streaming service encoder settings
– Rate Control = CBR
– Bitrate = 1000 kbps
– Keyframe Interval (second, 0=auto) = 2
– CPU Usage Preset (higher = less CPU) = veryfast
– Profile = High


– All Tracks Audio Bitrate: 128 kbps

Go back to streaming Settings and return to simple output mode


  – Sample Rate = 48 khz
– Channels= Stereo
– Click “Apply” and then click “OK”


– Base (Canvas) Resolution: 1920 x 1080
– Output (Scaled) Resolution: 852×480
– Downscale Filter: Bicubic (Sharpened scaling, 16 samples)
– Common FPS (Framerate) Values: 30

HOTKEYS: No values here, leave blank

Test Stream

Server Url:


Stream Key:


Click Use Authentication

User Name: 4091857744

Password: b3ef07f6289a66ac

Backup Server Url: rtmp://f5c13fc1-b9e0-d667-cd3f-0d8bd37501e8.dacastmmd.bak.lldns.net/dacastmmd


1. For HD your laptop processor speed needs to be at least 3.0 GHz and a RAM of 8 GB.

2. You can test your internet speed here: Speed Test

3. If the stream has issues the 1st step is to check your OBS settings Look at the processor of your computer. Depending on the processor speed the bitrate in OBS would need to be changed:

a. If your computer has less then 3.0 GHz, the bitrate in OBS needs to be set to 1000, and a resolution of 852×480.
b. If you do a stream of 1920×1080, the bitrate should be set at 4000.