multistream target object is a single endpoint where a
stream can be
multistreamed to. Multistreaming is the act of pushing the media from the given
stream while it is currently happening, also referred to as simulcast.
multistream target object can be created pointing to a given URL (either
RTMP, RTMPS or SRT) and then referenced from a
stream object in order for the
multistream to take place.
For more information about using them check the
|Timestamp when the multistream target was created. Reported in Unix epoch time in milliseconds.|
|Unique identifier for the multistream target.|
|Unique identifier for the Livepeer.com user account that created the multistream target object.|
|Additional identifier for the multistream target, often set to a human readable string. This identifier does not need to be unique and is generated from the URL host if not included.|
|Endpoint where to push stream media during multistream, must be an RTMP, RTMPS or SRT endpoint. Required during POST and omitted in any GET responses for security reasons.|