Download Broadcast Me apk 1.0.1 free for Android smartphone

31 Jan
Broadcast Me

Posted by Agilio S in Media & Video | Jan. 31, 2013 | 3 Comments

Apk file size: 2.6 MB

Allows you to broadcast audio and video from your mobile device to a multimedia server via RTMP.

Just type in your RTMP service link followed by the desired stream name, tweak the settings and start broadcasting!

Agilio S part of our Media & Video and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Jan. 31, 2013. Google play rating is 68.8889. Current verison is 1.0.1. Actual size 2.6 MB.

Download broadcast-me.apk 2.6 MB

3 Comments

Luca Gentile

Youtube broadcasting not working I get an error message from YouTube saying that:" error Primary stream: Please set the video resolution to 1920 x 1080. The current resolution 640 x 480, is smaller than the expected, no video will be streamed. Primary stream: Please set the video codec for the stream to H.264. The video is encoded with the wrong codec. Primary stream: Please set the audio codec for the stream to AAC. The audio is encoded with the wrong codec. Primary stream: We recommend you use a stream bitrate value of (4500 Kbps). The "

David Näsvik

Awesome App I have gone through all broadcasting apps both paid and nonepaid. With this app I get the best RTMP-stream from my SGS4. The weird thing is, it's remarkable better than other broadcasting apps! Maybe Adobe Air really knows how to deliver FLV :) There's not so many options to tweak, on the other hand the stream I get is awesome, so no more tweaking options is needed. Best part is, is that's work with NGINX and Red5 rtmp servers, not all broadcasters works with NGINX RTMP. Would pay to see this in the app: If you record in 320*240, only display that to save battery. Or even better, run in background. Set the lock button so don't exit by mistake.

Rubén Díaz-Jorge

Is h.264/AAC format used to publish the stream? Hello in the docs of the paid library (http://www.agilio.eu/product-ios-rtmp-library.html) it says it does, but could you confirm this app is using that format for streaming? Seems to me it is using flv / h.263 to publish

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