FAQ

General Information

TELEME is made of of several core concepts. It's a tool for independent streamers to produce richer content and engage with their audience on a more personal level. This is accomplished by providing a mobile application and an online forum for fans to engage directly with artists and producers of live content.
TELEME is available for iOS, Android, PC and Mac. You can download the mobile apps from the iTunes store and Google Play.

OBS Setup Instructions

Setting Up the TELEME Scene

NOTE: You must use OBS Studio (not the older OBS) to set up the filters correctly.

TELEME integrates into OBS Studio to provide your stream with an engaging environment for your subscribers and fans. If you don't already have OBS Studio, you can download it at https://obsproject.com.

Once installed, open OBS Studio and you should see two boxes on the left hand side called Scenes and Sources. We will now create a new scene to contain the teleme source using the plus (+) button under the list of scenes and use the name "teleme". Select the "teleme" scene and then click the plus (+) menu item under and Choose BrowserSource called "teleme browser". When finished the display should look similar to this:

Right click "teleme browser" then select properties, you should see a window similar to this:

The URL is special to you only. The one in the image is just for example. You can find your URL by creating a new ME (use the MAKE ME option in the top of this page), then look at the "THIS ME" dropdown menu and select the OBS/STREAM SETTINGS option. Use the URL that is presented from here:

You can keep the other settings the same, but you should match the Width and Height settings to the width and height of your display. For example, if you have a 1920x1200 display, you should change the height to 1200 if you also stream full screen games.

Now click OK then right click the "teleme" scene and choose Filters. Click the (+) at the bottom of that window and choose Chroma key. Change the setting to match this:

Once the filter is set, we are done with the main configuration and we are ready to set up our news, minecraft or other game template.

Creating the Minecraft Scene

Under the Scenes section, click the (+) and create a "minecraft stream" scene.

Select the "minecraft stream", then click the (+) under the Sources window, then choose Scene ~ Add Existing "teleme" as below:

Setting Up the TELEME Scene

NOTE: You must use OBS Studio (not the older OBS) to set up the filters correctly.

TELEME integrates into OBS Studio to provide your stream with an engaging environment for your subscribers and fans. If you don't already have OBS Studio, you can download it at https://obsproject.com.

Once installed, open OBS Studio and you should see two boxes on the left hand side called Scenes and Sources. We will now create a new scene to contain the teleme source using the plus (+) button under the list of scenes and use the name "teleme". Select the "teleme" scene and then click the plus (+) menu item under and Choose BrowserSource called "teleme browser". When finished the display should look similar to this:

Right click "teleme browser" then select properties, you should see a window similar to this:

The URL is special to you only. The one in the image is just for example. You can find your URL by creating a new ME (use the MAKE ME option in the top of this page), then look at the "THIS ME" dropdown menu and select the OBS/STREAM SETTINGS option. Use the URL that is presented from here:

You can keep the other settings the same, but you should match the Width and Height settings to the width and height of your display. For example, if you have a 1920x1200 display, you should change the height to 1200 if you also stream full screen games.

Now click OK then right click the "teleme" scene and choose Filters. Click the (+) at the bottom of that window and choose Chroma key. Change the setting to match this:

Once the filter is set, we are done with the main configuration and we are ready to set up our news, minecraft or other game template.

Creating the Minecraft Scene

Under the Scenes section, click the (+) and create a "minecraft stream" scene.

Select the "minecraft stream", then click the (+) under the Sources window, then choose Scene ~ Add Existing "teleme" as below:

Click OK, Start Minecraft, then add another scene with the (+) for the minecraft game itself. You can check online for the best technique for your game, but one option is to choose Display Capture. Make sure your teleme source is listed at the top of the list, use the up and down selections (next to the (+) ) to rearrange your sources.

Your image should now appear if you have clicked "GO LIVE!" on your teleme ME page. Something like this:

Now you should be able to share your TELEME URL with your friends and invite them to be a guest on your live stream page.