You can view live streaming value-added features, their application scenarios, and functional characteristics.
You can view relevant data such as billing bandwidth/traffic trends, live streaming real-time data, and concurrent connection numbers.
You can switch billing modes or change the time granularity as needed.
Add and manage your own acceleration domains and configure CNAME for them.
Generate live streaming URLs.
You can apply created templates for recording, transcoding, screencapture, time-shifting, watermarking, and callbacks to live streaming domains.
You can configure live streaming domains with authentication, HTTPS protocol, acceleration regions, bandwidth caps, delayed playback, IP blacklists and whitelists, HTTP response headers, origin server information, and more.
Manage live, historical, and disabled streams and disable and resume streams.
View usage of traffic and transcoding packages.
We provide configuration template services for various features required in live streaming, such as watermarking, recording, transcoding, screencapture, time-shifting, adaptive bitrate, callbacks, and DRM management. To reduce the complexity of page navigation, we have added a new process for binding templates to domain names.
We offer the ability to pull live video or on-demand files from third-party platforms and push them to Cloud Streaming Services. You can directly perform operations such as mixing, recording, and more on the audio and video content. This feature allows for easy cross-platform distribution and the capability to convert on-demand content to live streaming.
You can query the billing items, including the related data generated by push and pull stream traffic/bandwidth, recording, time-shifting, screencapture, transcoding, and relaying.
You can view live streaming playback data analysis, user distribution, and origin server back-to-origin data, among other information.
You can query the data details of a single video stream, such as push, playback, live streaming records, callback events, etc., and export the data to your local machine.
You can query abnormal events that occur during live streaming push.
You can query the records and reasons for live streaming push interruptions.
You can query the push data information of the live SDK for the past 3 days.
Quickly experience the Web push feature, with input sources including camera capture, screen sharing, and local file collection. It also supports multi-stream mixing, enabling push testing in various scenarios.
Provide the necessary information to splice push/playback URLs.
Quickly diagnose common live streaming push/playback issues. The diagnostic results are for reference only.
In conjunction with the Live SDK, you can add and manage official licenses and bind related resource packages.