Performing your own live streaming can be challenging and not easy. In this course, Live Streaming with Azure Media Services, you will learn about Azure Media Services capabilities and what can be done using this Azure service. First, you will understand the live steaming process and steps that are required for a live streaming scenario. Then, you will explore the configuration of Azure Media Services in the Azure Portal and how to setup OBS Studio for live streaming. Finally, you will explore how to use Azure Media Services SDK and v3 API to setup live streaming. By the end of this course, you will have a clear overview of Azure Media Services capabilities, required steps for a live streaming scenario, and how to live stream using Azure Media Services and OBS Studio.
Principal Software Engineer. Passionate about Microsoft technologies. Awarded with Microsoft Most Valuable Professional title. Loves to share his knowledge and passion about Microsoft Azure, Universal Windows Platform, Internet of Things, and Azure DevOps.
Course Overview Hello everyone. My name is Daniel, and welcome to my Pluralsight course, Live Streaming with Azure Media Services. Performing live streaming can be challenging and not easy. That is why Azure Cloud provides a great service for streaming the content live. In this course, we'll learn how to set up Azure Media Services instance and how to use OBS Studio software to stream the content. Some of the major topics include explanation of the Azure Media Services capabilities, configuration of the Azure Media Services instance in the Azure portal, configuration of the OBS Studio software, and usage of the Azure Media Services .NET C# SDK and version 3 API. At the end of this course, you will be able to understand the live streaming process and required steps, use Azure Media Services and OBS Studio software for live streaming, manage and configure live streaming using Azure Media Services SDK and version 3 API. I hope you will join me and take the course Live Streaming With Azure Media Services here, at Pluralsight.