The first step is to sign up for the service. Hit "Registration" and fill in the form below:
Locate an email from "VT Team" and confirm your registration by clicking the activation link in the email. The Control Panel will open:
To download the software, hit "Download release" on the left side of the Control Panel.
Unpack the downloaded ZIP file, and you're good to go. The applications you will be using are:
"VT_Publisher.exe" – this is the VT Publisher, used to send feeds.
"VT_Receiver.exe" – this is the VT Receiver, used to receive feeds.
"VT_Server.exe" – this is both publisher and receiver in one, controlled via the Control Panel.
"VT_Guest.exe" – this is the VT Guest, a simple remote contribution app.
To download your license, hit "Download license" on the right side of the Control Panel.
If you're ready to buy a license, hit "Buy license" and choose the plan that works best for you:
Once purchased, your license info will be updated automatically (there's no need to re-download the license file).
After downloading your license, place the .LIC file into the root folder of Video Transport on each location that you want to use with this license.
If you want to pay by wire or receive a custom quote, please reach out to our sales team.
We trust that after downloading the Video Transport software you'll figure it out. If not, you'll find most of the answers on this site. If that doesn't help, we welcome you to send us an email to email@example.com – and we'll do our best to figure it out.
But anyway, here's what we think is the proper way to give Video Transport a try:
First, download the Video Transport software.
Find a remote location to test with (it's best to find someone to help you with that).
Run VT Publisher, find a stream to publish and send the Publisher ID to your friend.
Have your friend pate the Publisher ID in his VT Receiver and start receiving your stream.
Configure transmission parameters to test Video Transport for latency and video quality.