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With increasing Live Streaming options in the industry, VIDIZMO stands out by integrating a powerful Chat feature during live sessions within the application. Coupled with additional enhanced viewer interactivity options, users are able to fully benefit from the real-time broadcast.
In order to learn more about it, see: How to Enable and View Interactivity Options in a Live Session
VIDIZMO has built-in Live Chat feature, that allows users to seamlessly interact during casting of a live session. VIDIZMO Chat does not require any detailed steps of configuration and is enabled by default in customers' main portal and all sub-portals. However, if your organization has a wide base of users that will be actively participating in a Live session, then you may configure Live Chat Application using Azure Service Bus.
VIDIZMO allows you to configure Chat settings using Application Configuration keys via Control Panel in your Portal. Here is how you can do this:
Before you start
To understand certain prerequisites, considerations and steps in order to configure application configuration keys, see:
- How to Update Application Configuration Keys in VIDIZMO
- How to Configure Live Chat Application using Azure Service Bus
Configuring Chat Settings in VIDIZMO
You can configure the following in Chat section of Application Configuration:
Azure Chat Service Url
Enter the Primary Connection String against the default shared access policy of your service bus while configuring Live Chat in Azure Portal, excluding the key appended at the end of URL by default. This is Azure Service bus endpoint connection, which is used to provide chat functionality in portal. If this key is not set, application uses built-in chat service that makes use of websockets and http.
Azure Service Bus Manage Key
Enter the Primary Key against the default shared access policy of your service bus while configuring Live Chat in Azure Portal. Azure Service Bus Key is used by application to create chat rooms (topics) for live session as it starts.
Azure Service Bus Send Receive Key
Enter the Primary Key of the custom SAS policy that you configured using the Step 3 defined here. Azure Service Bus Key is used to send/receive messages in a chat room. This key should be different than the one used to manage service bus.