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    • Game Update 1.92 (Launcher DLC Section, Dynamic Weapon Magazines)
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    • How to use Docker & Maintain your Docker Container CONTAINERS AND DOCKER To start using Docker on Windows / Mac OSX or Linux distributions Open Windows Powershell or your command line tool if on linux or mac. To check your containers / virtual machines type: docker ps -a  This will tell you if your docker container is up and running.
      If you container is stopped you can start it. To Start your docker containers if stopped docker start CONTAINER NAME To stop a Docker Container docker stop CONTAINER NAME To enter your Docker Container docker attach CONTAINER NAME To start your RTMP Server Docker Container ./start-rtmp Edit your RTMP Server Docker Container ./edit-rtmp Update your Servers Dependencies and RTMP Server Packages in your Docker Container ./update Delete your Docker Container: Please Note: "A Docker Container must be stopped to delete" docker rm CONAINERNAME Exit your Docker Container without it shutting Down type:     CRTL + p & q Exit your Docker Container and Shut it Down type: exit That's it, you now have a fully functioning RTMP Streaming Server Docker Container on one PC... ENJOY!
    • What is Docker? Docker is a tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. Containers allow a developer to package up an application with all of the parts it needs, such as libraries and other dependencies, and ship it all out as one package with the full os included so everything configured works right out the box. Getting Started with installing Docker
      Windows & Mac OSX

      Download & install Docker Desktop

      NOTE: for windows Hyper-V will be enabled via the software install.
      Virtualization must be enabled via BIOS for Docker Desktop to work.

      Linux - Ubuntu / Debian / Feodra / CentOS Check if docker is running & its version Open Windows Powershell or your Command line / Terminal tool if on Linux or Mac.

      Check if dockers deamon is running docker Check your docker version docker -v Downloading our Streaming Server Docker Image
      Docker image is a ubuntu x64 nginx/ffmpeg base os which contains all the configuration for our x2 stream pc setup tutorial
      The docker image is also unlocked and contains pre-made scripts to run your streaming server even easier than our manual setup with better performance and less resources to your computer. docker pull murderousone/nginx-ffmpeg-rtmp-server-x64 RUN THE DOCKER CONTAINER (Change the info in the code below) HostIP = Local IP of your Docker Host / Server Hostname = Can be anything (Example of Host IP: (Example of Hostname: RTMPSERVER) docker run -itd -p yourhostip:80:80 -p yourhostip:443:443 -p yourhostip:1935:1935 -h yourhostname --name nginx-rtmp-server murderousone/nginx-ffmpeg-rtmp-server-x64 /bin/bash Above docker command will run and start the Docker Container / Streaming Server already configured. Attach to the Running RTMP Docker Container docker attach rtmp Update Packages on the RTMP Docker Container ./update Edit and Add your Stream Key and URL's & Set your RTMP Servers Stream Key to the RTMP Config Stream URL / Key from Restream.io, Youtube, Twitch
      (Example: - push rtmp://live.restream.io/streamkey;) SETTING RTMP SERVERS STREAM KEY  (Can be named anything, No spaces.) (EXAMPLE: Change rtmp:// to rtmp:// ) ./edit-rtmp START THE RTMP SERVER ./start-rtmp EXIT THE CONTAINER WHILE LEAVING IT RUNNING HOLD: CRTL + p + q  Your docker streaming server is now started and running...
      You can now connect to it, using your preffered streaming software. (obs studio, xsplit, vmix, streamlabs obs, etc) Setting up the main gaming computer Main gaming computer Any ol Gaming PC with OBS Studio & NVENC encoding. In OBS, i use NVENC encoding and I use my monitor’s native resolution (1080p).  Using OBS Studio, in your broadcast settings you need to use the “Custom” streaming service. The Streaming URL will be something like rtmp:// (Use your own server’s IP). Your Stream Key needs to be the same you used in your nginx configuration. In the Encoding, use Nvidia NVENC (Since it doesn’t use a lot of CPU). Bitrates
      Click here for Live encoder settings, bitrates, and resolutions You may need to reduce your bitrate depending on services bandwidth limits. You may need to adjust your max bit rate according to your needs and capabilities AUDIO
      As for Audio encoding, I use the AAC codec, 160 bit rate and a Format of 44 or 48 Khz. ENJOY!  Click the link below for more information on
      How to Use and Managing your Docker Containers
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