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Chapter 7. Serving Your Audio > Uploading Your On-Demand Files

Uploading Your On-Demand Files

In this section, you’ll use software tools to upload your on-demand files and move them to the correct local folder on your streaming server. If you’re using the same computer for both authoring and serving your streams, the process is only a quick copy from one folder to another. If you’re authoring and streaming from different computers, you’ll need to use a file transfer protocol (FTP) program to move your on-demand files. An FTP program moves files from one location to another across any kind of network. Using FTP programs requires plugging in the host name or IP address of your streaming server as well as your username and password.

NOTE

Skip this section if you’re authoring live streams. An FTP program is unnecessary because the entire configuration for sending your stream to the server is handled as part of your authoring software.



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