How to use multi-stream from StreamYard to the Hopin Stage and other platforms

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You can multi-stream from your StreamYard Studio into Hopin as well as into other platforms. Multi-streaming is not available within the Hopin Backstage powered by StreamYard; you must be on a StreamYard paid plan.

You can multi-stream to:

How do I set up multi-streaming?

Go to the event you want to stream to from StreamYard. From Venue > Stage, go to your Stage settings with Hopin Backstage powered by StreamYard.

Click on the RTMP Stream tab.

Copy the Preferred Stream Key and RTMPS URLs.



Now, head to your StreamYard account's Broadcasts Dashboard and create a live stream.


Click to add a new destination.


Here you can select Hopin to stream to your Hopin event.


Paste in your Preferred Stream Key and RTMPS URLs and click Connect to Hopin.


Your livestream on StreamYard is now connected to your Hopin event.


You can then select additional destinations you want to multi-stream to according to the limits of your StreamYard Plan.


You can then enter a title, which is only for your StreamYard Studio organizational purposes and it will not override the name of your Hopin event.

Click Create Broadcast and you'll be ready to enter your Studio and start your stream.


You will see your destinations next to your Broadcast button. Click to see details on each one. When your destinations are selected, as shown, your stream will be sent there when you begin your broadcast in the studio.



To see more details on setting up a multi-stream from StreamYard, check out this video!


Where can I multi-stream to?

You can multi-stream from StreamYard to any platform that supports the RTMP or RTMPS protocol, which includes, but isn't limited to:

  • Hopin
  • Facebook pages, groups, or profiles
  • YouTube channel
  • Twitch
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn pages and profiles

You can set up a stream to another platform by selecting Custom RTMP as your Destination.


You can see additional information in StreamYard's guide Connect a custom RTMP destination.


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