To help you quickly get started with the CSS console, this document will introduce some frequently used CSS services categorized according to different user needs. CSS console comes with four modules: Basic Services, Scenario-Specific Services, Data Center, and CSS Toolkit.
This module provides basic services of CSS. If you only want to use basic live streaming services, this is the right module for you.
|Stream Management||You can manage online, historical, and disabled streams. You can disable and recover streams.|
Scenario-specific services are supporting services on CSS. In this module, you can use and manage services like transcoding, watermarking, stream mixing, screencapture, porn detection, event records, notification service, and the live streaming SDK.
|Feature Configuration||You can configure templates for recording, transcoding, screencapture, porn detection, watermarking and other features for live streaming. We streamlined the process by enabling you to bind the domain name to the templates on the same configuration page.|
This module provides professional data analysis services. You can query usage of traffic/bandwidth, transcoding, watermarking, push relay, screencapture, and porn detection within a specific period. Also, it comes with the log analysis feature for you to monitor resources and keep track of useful data.
|Billing Usage Statistics||
|Stream Data Query||You can query and export the details of push and playback of a single video stream to a local device.|
CSS Toolkit provides ancillary features.
|Address Generator||You can fill in URL information to quickly generate push/playback URLs.|
|Web Push||You can quickly generate push URLs and test live streaming online.|
|Self-Diagnosis||You can use self-diagnosis to troubleshoot common push and playback issues. This feature is in beta and the diagnosis results are for reference only.|