Internet TV & Radio NetworkBAC Radio & TV Network


Knowledge Base

Newest FAQ's

Episode #3 The 3 Basic Ingredients Of Your Live Stream Setup

6/29/2021 Episode #3 The 3 Basic Ingredients Of Your Live Stream Setup

Episode #3 The 3 Basic Ingredients Of Your Live Stream Setup

(Click on stars to rate)

Tech Insights with Brian Cochran Episode 3 The 3 Basic Ingredients Of Your Live Stream Setup. We will be going over Encoders, what is it and how does it work.

Tech Insights Episode #2 "How Do I Get My Camera Into My Computer?"

6/29/2021 Tech Insights Episode #2 "How Do I Get My Camera Into My Computer?"

Tech Insights Episode #2 "How Do I Get My Camera Into My Computer?"

(Click on stars to rate)

Tech Insights with Brian and the Topic "How Do I Get My Camera Into My Computer?" Brian will go through the basics of what a capture card is and how it's a part of the workflow for streaming your camera to the Internet.

Episode #1 will deal with broadcasting cameras for Internet streaming.

6/29/2021 Episode #1 will deal with broadcasting cameras for Internet streaming.

Episode #1 will deal with broadcasting cameras for Internet streaming.

(Click on stars to rate)

What type of computer do I need to run the software?

11/29/2020 What type of computer do I need to run the software?

What type of computer do I need to run the software?

(Click on stars to rate)

System Requirements

Minimum requirements to operate the Playout, Mixer and Encoder are the following:

Minimum Recommended
Operating System Windows 10 Windows 10
Processor i5 2Ghz Dual-Core Processor Intel Core i7 Processor 3Ghz+
Memory 8GB Ram 16GB DDR4
Hard Drive 7200 RPM Hard Drive (for recordings) Solid State Disk
Graphics Card DirectX 10.1 Compatible Dedicated Nvidia Card with 2GB+ Memory
Screen Resolution 1280x720 1920x1080

What type of computer do I need to run the software?

11/22/2020 What type of computer do I need to run the software?

What type of computer do I need to run the software?

(Click on stars to rate)

System Requirements

Minimum requirements to operate the Playout, Mixer and Encoder are the following:

Minimum Recommended
Operating System Windows 10 Windows 10
Processor i5 2Ghz Dual-Core Processor Intel Core i7 Processor 3Ghz+
Memory 8GB Ram 16GB DDR4
Hard Drive 7200 RPM Hard Drive (for recordings) Solid State Disk
Graphics Card DirectX 10.1 Compatible Dedicated Nvidia Card with 2GB+ Memory
Screen Resolution 1280x720 1920x1080

During this current pandemic, What software and how to live stream record, do interview shows and more.

10/30/2020 During this current pandemic, What software and how to live stream record, do interview shows and more.

During this current pandemic, What software and how to live stream record, do interview shows and more.

(Click on stars to rate)

We have a solution to help you to shoot, live stream, and record my broadcast. The software that I use is called StreamYard.

To get started go to the following link 

Click Here 

BAC TV Needs a Video Thumbnail for our channel from you.

10/23/2020 BAC TV Needs a Video Thumbnail for our channel from you.

BAC TV Needs a Video Thumbnail for our channel from you.

(Click on stars to rate)

Part of our system is we will add your live feed to our network.  So we need what is called a Thumbnail to add to our site and we will do the rest.  More than likely you are saying what is a thumbnail, RIGHT? 

Video thumbnails let viewers see a quick snapshot of your video as they're browsing YouTube your a website like ours BAC TV. The video thumbnail is the first thing that viewers see when browsing through our website. It’s a small, clickable static image that either grabs their attention – or lets them scroll on by.  

We need one for your channel.  You need something that grabs the eye and communicates what your video is about at a glance. You want it to grab your target audience and make them think.  Again, a thumbnail is typically the first impression of your video, and essentially determines whether or not people will click through.

Thumbnail Size Quick Guide

Here’s the quick version for the best dimensions to use for the thumbnail image.

Ideal Dimensions: 1280 x 720 pixels
Minimum Dimensions: 640 pixels wide
Maximum filesize: 2MB
Image Files Formats: JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP

Sample Thumbnail
How do I create a thumbnail?
We recommend a company called Canva.  They offer a free solution to create thumbnails and more.  For more details click on the following link https://www.canva.com/join/sbj-rgq-bkk
Once you have created your Thumbnail email it to us so that we can create your page on BACTV.net  brian@bactv.net
If you would like us to create one for you we charge $35.

I don't have enough content to launch my channel, what can I do?

10/19/2020 I don't have enough content to launch my channel, what can I do?

I don't have enough content to launch my channel, what can I do?

(Click on stars to rate)

In this talk Brian Cochran CEO of BAC TV goes over what BAC TV is doing to stream and not having all our content.  This video will show you how to use YouTube as a content provider to help you to get up and running in no time.

How to add and embed your channel to your website

10/6/2020 How to add and embed your channel to your website

How to add and embed your channel to your website

(Click on stars to rate)

Live Radio Station Features

10/6/2020 Live Radio Station Features

Live Radio Station Features

(Click on stars to rate)

Features

  • Rich Media Management: Upload songs, edit metadata, preview songs and organize music into folders from your browser.
  • Playlists: Add music to standard-rotation playlists (in sequential or shuffled playback order) or schedule a playlist to play at a scheduled time, or once per x songs/minutes/etc.
  • Live DJs: Set up individual DJ/streamer accounts and see who’s currently streaming from your station’s profile page.
  • Web DJ: Broadcast live directly from your browser, with no extra software needed, with Live Radio’s built-in Web DJ tool.
  • Public Pages: Live Radio includes embeddable public pages that you can integrate into your existing web page or use as the basis for your own customized player.
  • Listener Requests: Let your listeners request specific songs from your playlists.
  • Remote Relays: Broadcast your radio signal (including live DJs) to any remote server running Icecast or SHOUTcast.
  • WebHooks: Integrate your station with Slack, Discord, TuneIn, Twitter and more by setting up webhooks that connect to third-party services.
  • Detailed Analytics and Reports: Keep track of every aspect of your station’s listeners over time. View reports of each song’s impact on your listener count. You can also generate a report that’s compatible with SoundExchange for US web radio royalties.

Account Menu

Username

Password




Sponsors

GM Suite


Polls

There are no polls to display at this time.

Our Newsletters

Your Email Address
iMusic Boss
Biz Help 101
Big Phat Savings
Entertainment
Finance Builders
Phat X Network

Search our Site


Who's Online