How to Live Stream With Multiple Hosts using a Browser and Amazon IVSby@amazonivs
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In the last post, we learned how to create a virtual "stage" to create real-time video chat with Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS) The next step is to combine (or "composite") both the local and remote participants into a single stream that can be published to an Amazon IVS channel. For this we can also use the Web Broadcast SDK, so let's see how it's done.
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