We have various documents and guides available, both for users and developers of MistServer. If anything is unclear or you have suggestions for improvements, please contact us.
MistServer user documents
|MistServer online manual
|Online manual environment.
|MistServer Manual (pdf)
|Contains information about installation, configuration, integration and specifications.
|Changelog, including upcoming changes.
|Blogpost: Live streaming with MistServer and OBS Studio
|Contains the basic information for live streaming in combination with OBS Studio.
|Blogpost: Raw H264 from Raspberry Pi camera to MistServer
|Shows how you can set up a Raspberry Pi camera live stream with MistServer.
|Blogpost: An introduction to encoding and pushing with ffmpeg
|Basic information about how to encode and push streams with ffmpeg.
|Blogpost: Recording live streams with MistServer
|How to set up live stream recording using MistServer.
|Blogpost: Fantastic protocols and where to stream them
|Explains how to choose between the most popular protocols (Last updated: June 2017).
|Blogpost: Live streaming with Wirecast and MistServer
|Contains the basic information for live streaming in combination with Wirecast.
|Blogpost: Connecting to our API with PHP
|Describes how to set up MistServer using our API through PHP.
|Blogpost: Building an access control system with triggers and PHP
|An example of how you could set up an access control system for MistServer.
|Blogpost: Setting up a transcoder
|An example of how you could set up a transcoder for MistServer.
|Blogpost: Library playback with the STREAM_SOURCE trigger
|An example of how you could set up MistServer with huge media libraries.
|Blogpost: Cleaning up links and combining your media server with your website through a reverse proxy
|An example of how you can set up a reverse proxy with MistServer.
|Blogpost: Setting up advanced analytics through Prometheus and Grafana
|An example of how to set up advanced analytics with MistServer.
|Blogpost: Repushing to social media and streaming services
|An example of how to push to social media or other streaming services through MistServer.