Atomos Cloud Studio 2.0 is now supporting SRT streaming, along with several other new features are detailed below.
Here is how you can your show's outputs set up.
In your show, select the 'Output' tab; then at the top just below the menu is a tile that displays how many 'Available outputs' you have for your chosen show type.
The top tile will be the encoder output for your show, there are some differences in how this works depending on the show type you have chosen. Both the Broadcast and Pro Shows provide a Recording feature to record the show, see the tile image below. However, this feature is not available in the Social Show.
Tapping on the Encoder tile will present a configuration panel to the right, as shown below.
For show types with multiple outputs, this tile option is repeated for each output and can be found as you scroll down the Output page.
The First item is the input source for the stream, Program, PGM (Main Output) will be your usual choice here, however, there is a long list of options and for Pro and Broadcast, this includes a Clean program feed.
Below the Input Source are the Encoder settings, you can choose the stream's Aspect ratio and resolution as shown in the image below.
There is also the option to change the encoder settings for Bit Rate and GOP Length, if you are not sure, best to leave them as they are set.
Last, on this config, you can load a watermark in the form of a PNG with alpha to apply on this output. Tap on the Watermark tile and you will be shown a list of all the image files already loaded, you can add a new one by tapping on 'Add Asset' from your computer.
When you are using the Pro or Broadcast Show you will also be able to assign Monitors as the output destination.
The number of TMP/SRT streams is limited to 3, so if you have 5 outputs as shown below only three can be to streaming destinations the remaining two will be available as monitors.
Configure the Stream
The stream is configured in the 'Add Stream' tile, tapping this will open the config panel to the right as above. Here you can specify the details for the stream.
Settings for RTMP.
Settings for SRT
Once your stream is configured you can begin transmitting your show!