• Webex Meetings and Webex Events paid account (Live streaming is available in Webex Events version WBS40.2 and later.)
  • This feature requires Cisco Webex video platform version 2.0. To find out which version you’re using, see Find Your Cisco Webex Meetings Version Number.
  • The session created on Airmeet should be “Use a streaming software” type.

Going live from Webex Meetings or Webex Events into airmeet comprises 4 simple steps :

  1. Enabling Live Streaming in Webex Meetings and Events.
  2. Create a Streaming session in Airmeet.
  3. Starting the Webex Meetings or Webex Events.
  4. Go live.

Step 1: Enabling Live Streaming in Webex Meetings and Events

1. After sign-in on your Webex account click on, go to Services, and under Meeting, select Sites.

2. Choose the Webex site to change the settings for, and select Configuration > Common Settings > Site Options.

3. Scroll to the Live Streaming Services section and select other streaming services.

4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Update.
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Step 2: Create a “Streaming” session in Airmeet from the event dashboard.

a) While creating a session you will get an option to either "Host on Airmeet" or "Use a streaming software".
b) Choose "Use a streaming software" from the dashboard. Enter the session details.


c) Click "Next" to receive the Stream URL and Stream Key details.
These are to be copied in the broadcasting platform (zoom) that you will be using to send the RTMP feed.


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Step 3: Starting the Webex Meetings or Webex Events and entering stream key & URL
a) After you've started your meeting or event, go to More Options (3 dots), and click Start live streaming

b) For WBS40.12 and later sites, you can set the video layouts for your live stream. Click Change streaming layouts.

c) Click Apply.

d) select the “other streaming services” option to enter the stream key & URL provided by Airmeet for a particular session.

e) Enter the stream link and stream key.

f) Click Start streaming to start streaming from Webex Meetings or Events.
To confirm that you're streaming from Webex Meetings or Events, check for the Live indicator in the upper-right corner of your meeting or event.

g) Go back to the streaming service and wait until you see a preview of a live stream of your meeting or event. When you see the preview, make the stream live.
If you want to change the video layout during your live stream, from the Webex Meetings app, click Live, click Change streaming layout
 and select the layout you want to use.

h) once your streaming has begun, verify the stream input in Airmeet by going into the session backstage will see the input that’s coming from the broadcasting platform, the message Audience can’t view you until you start the session will disappear once you start the session. Once everything looks fine, 

i) Click on “Start session” and your Webex Meetings or Webex Events would be stream into the Airmeet session.

After the session is over click on “end session” and end the live stream by going back to your meeting or event, select More Options(3 dots), and then select Stop streaming.

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Points to keep in mind

  • Cisco Webex watermark would be displayed at the top left corner while streaming into the Airmeet session and can’t be removed as it provided by Webex Meetings and Events by default.

  • There would be a latency of about ~15-20 seconds between the stream being sent and the stream being received.

  • If the input stops midway during a live session, it will freeze at the last frame.

  • If multiple sessions in an Airmeet are being streamed in via RTMP, each will have a different stream key & URL. (in case of multiple meetings or events hosted on Webex).