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Frequently Asked Questions

If You Have Questions, We Have Answers


What browsers do you support?:

Currently, we support Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, and Firefox on Desktop. We support Safari on iOS 11 and above, and we support Google Chrome on Android. Currently, we do not support Edge or Internet Explorer for the Desktop.

Will Call-In Manager run on my mobile devices?:

In regards to the Call-In Manager Client portal where Callers will connect to, all the above mentioned browsers are supported. In regards to the Call-In Manager screener application, we currently only support the Desktop Browsers and have optimized it for Google Chrome. 

What SDI Hardware devices are supported by LiveToAir?:

We only support Blackmagic Design Decklink hardware. We also have complete support for Newtek's NDI protocol, an IP based audio and video protocol that works with TriCaster, vMix, WireCast, OBS, and other popular video devices. 

What type of hardware do I need to run LiveToAir?:

Currently, your LiveToAir system must have at least a Quad core i7 processor (with hyperthreading), 8GB of RAM, and an NVIDIA graphics card installed (GTX 1050 Ti or better). For optimal image quality when working with 4 guests at 1080p resolutions, we recommend running a system based on either the AMD RYZEN 7 3700X CPU or the Intel i9-9900K CPU.  If you are using a laptop and intend to heavily utilize NDI, we recommend getting the most powerful processor that you can in a laptop form factor with excellent cooling.

Can I run LiveToAir on a Wireless Network?:

While it is possible to connect one to two guests on a wireless network, it is STRONGLY recommended to always use a wired network to maximize the quality and dependability of the WebRTC connections.