We have already written many articles related to Facebook Live feature. Today we are with another exciting guide which helps you to stream live TV channels and Sports events on Facebook Page for free. For many reasons, you may ask to broadcast Live TV channels on a Facebook page. Whatever purpose like personal and commercial just follow the instructions and stream live events for free. Also, I am mentioning Mr. Ashly Tib for asking such questions and his mail is attached below. running a local TV channel here in Sri lanka. I have seen your article about OBS and its features to run Live Videos on Facebook pages. But I have another requirement. I have seen many reputed channels in my country broadcasting their channels for people who have no cable access using Facebook. We tried many methods but noting was great enough. I want to know whether I can stream our tvsport.se channel to the public using OBS Studio? If so, it will be great and we may get more potential users abroad. Waiting for your reply.
Requirements for Streaming Live TV using FB live
The following are the recommended hardware and software requirement for live telecasting tv through FB live. You can see more details on OBS website.
DirectX 10.1 compatible GPU
Need OS Windows 7 or later.
Intel CPU (However PPC is not supported)
OpenGL version 3.2 compatible GPU
macOS version 10.10 or later
OpenGL 3.2 compatible GPU
X window system
Even though these are the officially mentioned requirements, you should have the following resources for smooth broadcast.
8 GB RAM – OBS, Facebook and Channel Play requires a good amount of RAM. So to work without any lagging, try to keep 8 GB of RAM.
i5 Processor – Due to multitasking, you should have a fast processor for streaming. i5 and above is recommended.
SSD or HDD is OK – There are not big reading and writing to the storage. So SSD is not mandatory.
Stream live tv channels – OBS Setup Guide
We have already discussed how to stream contents using OBS. So this article didn’t cover detailed instructions, in fact, you can see the basic details here.