Once you have signed up for 111's media streaming service, use the instructions here to set it up.
There are three steps to this process. You must send the stream to your streaming page using Adobe's Flash Media Live Encoder (settings are below), enter the stream name into your 111 site and set up the page on your website. Then you can share the page with your site visitors. Here are the details:
1) Downloading and Operating FMLE
Download Flash Media Live Encoder
Choose the correlating executable for your specific operating system that will be uploading the stream
Remember that your cost is dependent on the bandwidth you use (Estimate Bandwidth Here), so if you increase the size, bit rate or otherwise improve quality by altering the recommended settings, you cost will increase. Depending on your equipment, these settings may not be exact, but you can use them as a guideline.
The above video demonstrates the quality and clarity you can expect when using the setting provided below.
Login to the streaming admin area of your CMS site by clicking here. If streaming has not yet be enabled, do so now by ticking the enable bubble then clicking save. Once enabled this turns into the administrative area for your streaming activities. This area includes all the technical information required to connect Flash Media Encoder with our servers, and as well as current and past viewing statistics.
Create a streaming page (using the "streaming" page type) in your 111 CMS to share with your site visitors. For example, you might use http://www.yourwebsite.com/Live_Stream/. This is the page you will either display or send via email to those visitors who will watch your stream.