To get started streaming to Microsoft streams, from Microsoft Office 365, select Stream
From within Microsoft Stream, click "Create" from the top toolbar and select Live Event
On the right column, enter the title and description for your event
Select your language and start time, end time and date. If you want to start the event now, select "As soon as the encoder is connected"
Set who will be able to view the stream: Groups, Channels or individuals
Select which optional feature you want to add: "Comments" or "Captions".
The preview should show that it is ready to connect.
Click "Encoder Setup" under the preview window.
Select "Wirecast S" or "Wirecast".
Click "Launch" to launch the encoder
If you are asked for permissions to open the app, click "Open Wirecast S".
When prompted, follow the instructions for the type of broadcast you plan on streaming:
In Wirecast S, go to "Output > Output Settings", select "Microsoft Stream".
Verify that the URL and encoding information has been added. (This also updates the URL from previous streams.) Click "OK".
Click the Stream icon. The stream icon will blink green when connecting. It will be a steady green when connected.
Once the stream has connected, you will see the following in Microsoft Stream.
In the viewer window, click "Start Event".
Once you click "Start Event", you will see the message that Microsoft Stream is getting ready
In Microsoft Stream, once the stream is detected, your live event should begin.
Above the Preview viewer on the right side, there is an option to turn on the "Audience view" which opens a small viewer on the right.
Once the stream has begun, you will see a new option in the bottom right corner to "End Event". When you are ready to end the stream, click "End Event".
You will be asked to verify or cancel your choice.
When you click "End Event", you will see a message that the event is ending.
When the stream has disconnected, you will see that the stream is no longer live. The VOD will be available to view.