Embedding a Live Stream on your site
REC.VC enables you to live stream to any device directly from your video conference endpoint or virtual meeting room. We will in this blog post explain how you can embed a live stream on your site, e.g. a corporate website, corporate intranet, or customer portal.New to REC.VC? Sign up for a free trial here.
The REC.VC live stream link (which you share with the viewers) is based on the following syntax:
<site> is the (sub)domain you go to when accessing the REC.VC service
<stream-id> is an auto-generated unique stream identifier consisting of 16 case-sensitive alphanumeric characters.
In case you are using the REC.VC branded site, the live stream link is as follow:
In case you are using a white label site, you can replace <site> with the (sub)domain that you use when logging into your white label site as a REC.VC user. Many white label partnersÂ use rec.<domain> as their white label site.
To embed a live stream on your site, all you have to do is to place the following script somewhere within the <body> of a html page:
Let’s say that we wanted to embed the following live stream in this blog post:
The script for this live stream based on the above syntax is as follows:
We have below added the script directly in the HTML code:
Note: The live stream above will most of the time be inactive as we will not keep the live stream up 24/7.