Support » Plugin: Broadcast Live Video - Live Streaming : HTML5, WebRTC, HLS, RTSP, RTMP » Plugin hijacks WordPress logo on login page!

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  • Plugin Author videowhisper

    (@videowhisper)

    This is a feature for setting up a turnkey broadcasting site: you can configure your own logo from plugin settings (Integration tab: Registration and Login Logo).
    Logo image loads from your own site as configure there.

    Some other plugins we provide like https://wordpress.org/plugins/ppv-live-webcams/ also implement specific registration roles on registration page.

    PS: Godaddy and other regular web hosting provides don’t offer streaming server capabilities necessary for this type of features.

    As described in plugin details, this software has special requirements (for the video streaming and live interaction part as regular web hosting is not enough):
    https://videowhisper.com/?p=Requirements

    Options for the required rtmp hosting, starting from $9/month (for remote rtmp only with basic videochat support):
    https://videowhisper.com/?p=RTMP+Hosting

    If you need to use archiving/recording or mobile delivery as HLS/DASH, restreaming, playlists or WebRTC streaming then latest Wowza rtmp server is required. Also for recordings and video on demand, restreaming/playlists, using same server for web and rtmp is required (so rtmp videos, configuration files are accessible by web scripts and web video files by rtmp server).

    Considering running such features usually requires a dedicated server and Wowza license alone is $95/month for a server, we provide very affordable plans for our clients that start from $50/month and include all hosting requirements for most advanced functionality (web + rtmp) :
    https://videowhisper.com/?p=Wowza+Media+Server+Hosting#plans
    Our plans are optimised for streaming, on 1000Mbps connection and managed by our administrators that setup and keep services running at optimum performance.

    Thank you for explaining. It’s a poor decision on your part to displace the WordPress logo with your own logo as a default setting.

    I have deactivated your plugin on my website.

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