Want a logo on your video?

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Adding a Logo to a Service

Firstly go to Configure Service and enable the Add-ons check box

Next enable the logo

Click on the pen icon to load or select an image.

If the logo you want isn't already here add an image. You will need to have the image hosted on a web server.

The logo you create must adhere to the following rules:-
  • It must be a png image, it may have an alpha channel which will be honored when the image is displayed
  • It must be smaller than 512kb in size
  • It must be larger than 16x16 pixels
  • The total number of pixels is constrained based on the input as follows:-
  • SD - 43200 pixels 
  • 720 - 115200 pixels
  • 1080 - 259200 pixels

If the web server is protected by basic authentication click the check box and enter your username and password.

Finally select the image you want by clicking on it and then save and apply. If you want to change the image you can come back here later and use the same process to update it.

To place the image on the screen pick the reference corner and the number of pixels offset you want.

The image will be placed on the full resolution source and scaled down appropriately for other desired resolutions in a multiscreen output.

Note: Enabling or disabling the Logo Add-on will cause a interruption of the live output of your channel, after all you will need slightly more CPU and memory to enable the feature, but the visibility of logo is not controlled by enabling the feature. 
Changing the logo image or its on screen position will not affect the live output of your channel.

Turning the Logo on and off

When you first enable the logo it will be turned on but it can be controlled on and off in the Monitor application.

Find the channel in Monitor and click on "Transcode"

Here you can toggle the visibility of the logo on and off.
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