Live Stream on YouTube using Zuddl

Modified on Thu, 28 Jul 2022 at 04:29 AM

To go live on YouTube you need to configure your RTMP server on Zuddl. To set up your RTMP server, you need the following:

  1. RTMP Server URL

  2. Stream Key

Note: Before you get started, ensure that your YouTube channel is verified and meets all live streaming requirements. If you’ve never streamed before, you can request streaming access which takes 24 hours to get approved. Learn how to enable live streaming for your channel.
Once your request has been approved, you can go live through Zuddl.

To obtain the above information, you need to create a live stream on YouTube:

  1. Go to

  2. Click the Stream tab on the right navigation bar.


  1. Copy and paste the Stream URL and Stream key into their respective fields in Zuddl Studio.


                Note: You can use the Stream key for recurring events.
  1. Click Setup RTMP server. This would add the YouTube destination in Zuddl Studio.

  2. Complete the rest of the stream settings based on your requirements. When you start your session on Zuddl, you will see a preview of your live session (with a 20 second delay) on your YouTube dashboard, then click Go Live.

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