Telemetry Report Overview

With StreamSpot's telemetry reports, you can get a detailed breakdown on the health of each and every one of your broadcasts. This feature will let you and our agents easily triage issues to ensure you're getting the best stream possible.

What is Telemetry? How does it work?

Telemetry is the automatic recording and transmission of data from remote or inaccessible sources to a system in a different location for monitoring and analysis. In regular speak, it means our system monitors the health of your stream, then reports it back to our servers automatically. There's no input (or stress) for you!

What's in the Report? 

Your telemetry report will include a detailed breakdown of all the parts that make up your stream. Each piece of your broadcast is compared to what the best setting should be, then graded based on how close you came to the target. Let's look at the examples below.

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 This is a fantastic stream report! The report is color-coded. Anything in green means we're using optimal settings and had minimal interruptions or errors. The report even shows us where our target settings should be, and plots how well we did with a timeline.

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This sounds amazing! Where can I find this report?

This report can be found in the Broadcast History section of your mystreamspot.com portal. 

Note: 24/7 broadcasters do not receive telemetry reports for their broadcasts.

 

 

 

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