Sets the channels name, requires republish.
Channel Label (require republish)
Sets the address for UDP/TCP tunneling feature.
GPU_H265 / GPU_H264 / CPU_H264
Here you can select the desirable encoder for your stream from: GPU_H265, GPU_H264, CPU_H264.
If you have a proper NVIDIA GPU we recommend you to use GPU_H265. In case if you don't have an NVIDIA GPU, better option is to use CPU encoding, but it will requires powerfull CPU.
Not working, will be deprecated.Creates a virtual device that replicates the original source and names it with the prefix "VT". For example you need to publish your USB Web Camera, but need to be on call via Google Meet at the same time. This setting will allow you to do this.
Create Virtual Device for video source
Sets source video format. Auto by default. If Auto not working set this manually from the list.
example: PC Sounds (Loopback)
Select external audio device
Here you can manually set the ICE connection port for VT Publisher
Sets the audio bitrate for the source feed (per each 2 channels)
SRT Audio Bitrate per stereo-pair
Here you can set the audio channels which you wish to publish with the source. For example: 1,2,5,6 means that you selected channels 1,2,5,6 and only those channels will be heard in the stream.
Applies audio gain to source audio tracks.
Automatic mix-minus for the Web Guests.
Web Guest Mix-Minus enabled
Sets the channels that Web Guests will hear in mix-minus
Web Guest Mix-Minus channels mask
Delay for Mix-Minus. Default is 50 msec. You can raise up this value in case of crackling audio problems.Web Guest Mix Minus Delay - it's web guest audio delay time which is going to be used during the mix munus processing, by default 50 ms, so all remote peers will hearing another remote peers audio with that delay
Web Guest Mix-Minus delay msec
Use the GPU decoding on Web Guest side if available. Improves perfomance and quality of the incoming stream on the Web Guests side.
Web Guest GPU H.264 decoder
VP9 / CPU_H264 / GPU_H264
Select the encoder from the drop down list. GPU H264 is recommended option when you have an powerful NVIDIA GPU, because it encodes one time for all viewers. Other options are: VP9, CPU H264.
Web Preview & Guest video encoder
Sets the bitrate for the Web Preview&Guest encoder in Megabits per second
Web Preview & Guest Max output feed bitrate
Sets feed maximum width resolution for the Web apps
Web Preview & Guest output feed max width
Sets feed maximum height resolution for the Web apps
Web Preview & Guest output feed max height
Use this prop to alter the VT SRT Gateways list. You can use ip address and port 7777. In Receiver this field should be empty by default.
VT 2.0 gateways filtering (e.g. for custom routes)
Allows you to set custom port range for ICE (p2p) connection between VT Publisher and Receiver
VT 2.0 SRT/WebRTC port range (min-max)
Adds the VT Publisher's location name to the source name in the list.
Show location in channel name
Enable this switch if you want to receive a video feed in 10bit.
Disabled by default.
Turn on gpu_pipline (required for 10bit feature)
Sets the maximum amount of time needed to establish a connection between your VT Receiver and a signaling server.
Default value is "3000" (milliseconds).
Set the timeout for connection (in milliseconds)
Enables the 10bit video output feature. Requires gpu_pipeline setting.
False by default.
Allow to output 10bit video
Here you can select render API for the native in-app Preview Window. Options are dx11, dx9 and dshow.
Default value is is "dx11"
Enable this to add RMS audio meters overlay on the preview to observe the sound levels.
"False" by default.
Add RMS audio meters on preview
Allows you to enable or disable P2P connection
VT 2.0 P2P Connect Enabled
Split one ASIO audio device to many by the mask. Mask is applied for each device simultaneously. Format: X,X,X,....
Where X is the number of channels assigned from real device to split. For example, you have a device with the channels:0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7 - 7 in total. So if you set the Split audio channels=3,2,3 VT will create 3 audio devices with channels from the original device - 0,1,2; 3,4; 5,6,7
Split audio channels (ASIO devices only)
Value contains the Access_ID for the stream. You can GET it. But it generated automatically. So if you try to SET it when you restart the stream it will be reset to new automatically generated value.
Value contains the Web PreviewURL for the stream. You can GET it. But it generated automatically. So if you try to SET it when you restart the stream it will be reset to new automatically generated value.