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How to Use Live DVR and Archiving

1. Introduction

StreamShark's Live DVR & Archiving feature archives the contents of a live event (creating a real time DVR buffer during your stream), allowing you to deliver an archive instantly after a live event from the same Event embed code. You can use this feature to do the following:

  • “Top” and “Tail” your event so you have a frame perfect copy of only the important content - not the testing and post event stages.
  • Clip unlimited highlights from your live event to showcase important parts of your event.
  • Clip and share highlights while your events are still live - perfect for long events or sessions
  • Allow users joining an event mid-stream to rewind to the beginning of the stream (Live Rewind)

Note: We strongly recommend keeping a local archive rather than relying only on the DVR recording.

2. Creating a DVR enabled event

Create a new Standard event. Select your preferred ingest(s) and set the Live DVR & Archiving option to On.

Once you have configured the event to your satisfaction, click on Create, then once it’s in the READY state click on the Event. You will note the main stream name has _dvr_main appended to it signifying it is DVR enabled.

Our hardware integrations are DVR aware so if you link a Hardware Encoder to this Event, it will correctly push to the DVR enabled Main Stream Name - no further configuration required.

For Enterprise customers on dedicated servers:
If you are using a software encoder (or manually configuring a hardware encoder) copy across the Primary Server URL, Main Stream Name and credentials (username and password) as usual. If you are using the integration for StreamShark in Wirecast or vMix you will have to use the Encoder username and Encoder password (available in your StreamShark Account under Account Details).

For customers on entry level plans or plans with multi-tenanted (shared) servers:
From 29th March 2020, 08:00 UTC onwards, if you are using a software encoder (or manually configuring a hardware encoder) copy across the Primary Server URL and Main Stream Name. You don't need to use a separate username and password as that's replaced by inline authentication within the ‘stream name’ field. Your Publishing Urls section will be similar to the screenshot shown below: 

Start publishing your main stream as usual and the DVR buffer will start recording automatically.

3. Managing the DVR Workflow

Click on the Workflow tab to manage your full event lifecycle. Events start in the Pre stage during testing/leadup, then should be moved to the Main stage during your event and then the Post stage at event completion.

  1. Your event will start in the Pre Event stage by default, with a default Image slate. You can override this with your own image, VoD or external source.
  2. When your event is about to go live, you can switch to the Main Event stage. Please note the following advice:
    1. When switching to the Main Event stage by clicking the appropriate button on the Workflow Switcher, the time of your click will mark the start point of the Live Rewind buffer on the Live player. We recommend switching approximately 30-60 seconds before your event starts. This can be fine tuned after your event to perform a more accurate cut for the Archive replay.
    2. You cannot switch to the Main Event stage unless an active stream is detected, signified by the green circle on this stage.

To create your first archive, click on the Archives tab and click on +Add New Archive. You can do this while an event is still live and share these Live Highlights with viewers.

You can create your archive with the following parameters:

  1. Set an archive name
  2. Use the left red marker to set the Start Time.
  3. Use the right red marker to set the End Time.
  4. The Duration will be automatically estimated based on the Start and End time.
  5. Click Create to create the clipped archive.

The Archives tab can then be used to view and download your list of archives.

  1. Click on the link button to get a player link that directly views the clipped archive
  2. Click on the eye button to preview your clipped archive
  3. Click on the cloud download button to generate an MP4 from our secure cloud storage facility for later download.

When the Download icon is spinning, the archive is being generated. When it is green, it is ready to download from our secure cloud storage as shown below. You can download the file and upload it to our VOD platform to make it available on demand.


You can also edit your Event Settings to set a specific Archive as the active content source. In the example below the archive named full-archive-top-tail is selected as the content source for the Post Event. Don't forget to click Update at the bottom of the screen.

Then you can use the Workflow Switcher to preview the Post Settings and when you're happy you can switch the Active Source to Post Event to set this as the default view of this Event. Now any user who may have missed an existing event, or wants to re-watch it, can view the desired archive of this event from the existing link.


  • Converted archives will convert the archive to MP4. You must click the green cloud button to download the archive.
  • When you delete an Event (either manually or if the event has a Scheduled Deletion), the corresponding archives will be deleted.
  • We strongly recommend users also record the live event locally rather than relying only on the DVR recording.
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Wirecast 14 is here! This is an epic release with a LOT of stability and reliability improvements. Additionally, we have several new features including an all new Chroma Key with added Luma Key and Color Key options.

We’ve also focused on improving the experience of doing remote guest interviews by improving Rendezvous’ stability as well as adding more flexibility for what displays if your guest gets disconnected.

Here's what to expect in Wirecast 14:

  • All new Chroma Key (with special guests Luma Key and Color Key)
    • New options for more accurate keying, including spill suppression, edge coloring, and clipping ranges. Plus a Luma Key (useful if you have a logo with a white or black background you wish to remove), and Color key (useful for images (logos) that have non-black and non-white backgrounds).
  • Better, more reliable incoming video source connections
    • Improved reliability for Wirecast Go, Rendezvous and webstream sources, plus efficiency improvements with GPU decoding for NDI sources
  • Text and font improvements
    • Smoother text scrolling and a new font picker to select font variants
  • More options when sources get disconnected
    • When a source gets disconnected, you can now choose to replace it with transparency or a custom image
  • Improved ability to size and scale sources
    • We’ve added new options for sizing and scaling sources, making it easier to precisely size your videos and images on the canvas. Plus, incoming sources are now scaled automatically, and will maintain their size based on settings you choose.
  • Latency and syncing improvements
    • We’ve made improvements to – and we've also given you more control over – the way incoming audio and video are synced together, ensuring more accurate lip-sync.
  • Updated technologies
    • Updated to NDI 4.5, ported OpenGL to Metal on macOS, updated webstream plugin (libVLC), for improved connectivity and efficiency
  • Better notifications and stats
    • The status bar is now moved to the bottom of the screen, giving more space to show System CPU and App CPU, as well as other streaming stats.
  • Plus hundreds of additional bug fixes and improvements!
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  • NEW – QR Code Generator Source

  • Want to give your audience quick access to a custom link within your stream? Just create a QR code that your audience can scan! Copy your link into the new QR Code Generator and Wirecast will create a scannable image to broadcast to your fans.

  • Select the Overlays category in the Add Source dialog and choose QR Code Generator.

    12.0 – Improvements
  • Improvement – Add ability to configure the number of transition banks in the Preferences

  • Improvement – Add ability to continuously read a text file in the Text Source Properties

  • Improvement – Allow users to configure the playback speed of Stinger Transitions

  • Improvement – Display the Facebook Page of Scheduled events in the Facebook Destination Output Settings

  • Improvement – Enable NVENC High Profile in Encoder settings

  • Improvement – Expose all options in Facebook Live Polls

  • Improvement – Update CEF to version 3578

  • Improvement - Update to NDI SDK v.3.8

    12.0 – Fixes

  • Fixed – Add better error messaging when the GPU does not support Direct X 11

  • Fixed – Adding a Direct Show audio device to the document causes duplicate sources to appear in the Rendezvous Dashboard

  • Fixed - After attempting to activate an old license, any subsequent invalid license activation attempts show an incorrect error message

  • Fixed – Audio from Multi-Channel Sources is not heard in the Rendezvous call when sending the Live Output audio track

  • Fixed – Build-In/Build-Out elements don't move proportionally

  • Fixed – Certain stinger transitions can appear doubled and stretched

  • Fixed - Change Audio right-click menu text is hard to read text

  • Fixed – Change the wording for missing Stinger Transitions

  • Fixed - Changing the playback speed of a stinger transition pauses it without updating the pause/play button

  • Fixed - Clicking X in the Add Source Dialog adds any selected sources to the document on Windows

  • Fixed - Clock System Fonts missing font picker dialog

  • Fixed – Crash when adding a Stinger Transition on Windows 7 with an AMD GPU

  • Fixed - Facebook Scheduled events list fails to be read properly in some cases

  • Fixed - Fixed bad alignment in Teradek StreamReader Properties page

  • Fixed - Hang when selecting a Stinger Transition then immediately using the transition

  • Fixed – IP camera frame glitch

  • Fixed - Midi controller volume slider control skips from 99% to 101%

  • Fixed – NDI detection is disabled when disabling IP Camera discovery

  • Fixed - Opening a new document during a stream caused Wirecast to Crash after disconnecting from a Rendezvous Session

  • Fixed - Periscope Destination Schedules Event and Tweets even if Destination is Disabled

  • Fixed – PTZ IP Port field does not update after switching to a PTZ profile that uses a required IP port

  • Fixed – Random crash during a Rendezvous Session

  • Fixed – Random crash when a document has disconnected sources

  • Fixed – Random hang when switching sources

  • Fixed – Rare hang that can occur on Windows

  • Fixed - Remove Facebook donation button from Profiles (not supported by Facebook)

  • Fixed – Remove Shutdown when not live from Clock and Solid Color sources

  • Fixed - Security Warning Preventing Facebook Live Authentication on certain 4G networks

  • Fixed – Streaming to Ustream causes a hang on macOS Mojave

  • Fixed - Switching Destinations from Facebook User Code While Authenticating Disables OK Button

  • Fixed - Telestream Cloud Restream output out of sync when started after another output

  • Fixed – Unable to capture video from Osprey 900 series capture cards

  • Fixed – Unable to create a Scheduled YouTube Event

  • Fixed - Unable to delete Scheduled Events on Profiles

  • Fixed - Unable to stream to certain RTMP servers on macOS Mojave

  • Fixed - Unable to use ScreenFlow screen record with record PC audio selected while running Rendezvous Session

  • Fixed - Virtual Mic audio distortion in Zoom

  • Fixed –Unable to remove Live Output from the Rendezvous mix

    12.0 – Known Issues

    • MacOS – Adding more than one PTZOptics NDI connection to a single machine (regardless of the connecting application) can cause a crash in the application that is the second to connect.

      o Workaround1–Disable Multicast
       Go to the PTZOptics camera admin webpage.
       Go to the Network Section.
       Disable Multicast

    • o Workaround2–Use RTSP instead of NDI
       Use the newly rewritten WebStream plugin in Wirecast to connect to the RTSP stream.
       The URL for this stream can be found in your PTZOptics camera’s documentation or admin webpage.

    • Windows 7 – Certain 4K/UHD H.264 video files in the Stock Media Library are not supported.

    • Animated PNG movies from the Stock Media Library can experience poor playback or dropped frames

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