View and Utilize a Past Livestream Recording View and Utilize a Past Livestream Recording

View and Utilize a Past Livestream Recording

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Whenever you stream direct to Maestro, your video feed is automatically recorded for continued use on the Maestro platform.

After you click the "Offline" button to end your stream, Maestro will automatically begin the process of transcoding your video into VOD. As soon as the transcoding process is complete, the recording will become available in your Library for future use.

You can then Setup the VOD Content via the Channels menu for continued viewing. A common use case is making a replay available for certain period of time after the event, by setting the recording as the Offline Video for the duration of the replay period.


  • Does this capture the full experience, e.g. Overlays and Panels?

    This only captures the video feed itself, NOT the interactive features, such as Overlays or Panels. If you'd like to capture the full Maestro experience, we recommend viewing in an incognito browser (not as an admin) and recording via Quicktime or some other screen record software.

  • Can I download the recording?

    At this time, we do not offer the ability to download your VOD recordings from Maestro. If you'd like a copy of your stream for use outside of the Maestro platform, we recommend recording the stream locally (i.e via your stream software like OBS, Wirecast, etc). 

  • What if I'm using a third party video player?

    If you are using a third party player, such as YouTube, Twitch or Vimeo, we do not make a recording of the stream, as that is handled by the third party.