To access our private DockerHub registry and Live Transcoder docker images, you must log in with your distinctive DockerHub access token.
You need to get your personal access token from the Customer Dashboard. It looks similar to this:
dckr_pat_R6jqYHF9a7fMe37esO_aW8PfWfQ. Older tokens can look like this
On your host instance, run:
docker login --username comprimato
The username is
comprimato. Once prompted, enter the DockerHub access token.
docker-compose.yml file contains instructions for Docker on how to run the Live Transcoder container. It also contains your license key so each license has its separate
docker-compose.yml! You can download it from the Customer Dashboard.
On the Customer Dashboard, there is a
WGET button that generates the
wget terminal command that can download the
docker-compose.yml to your host instance. Click on it to copy the command to the clipboard. If you can't see the button, please, scroll right while hovering above your license row; it's in the rightmost column.
wget command will look similar to this.
wget -O docker-compose.yml https://link-generated-for-you
Run it on the host instance to download your
Alternatively, you can download it to your computer by clicking on the
DOWNLOAD button and upload it to your host instance manually, e.g., using the
scp -i path/to/your-private-key.pem path/to/docker-compose.yml ec2-user@IP_ADDRESS:
Tip to distinguish between multiple Live Transcoder instances
If you plan to spawn multiple instances and would like to distinguish between them (e.g., names of NDI sources or in the Monitoring Dashboard), open the
docker-compose.ymlfile and edit the hostname on the line
hostname: transcoder0. Save the change and continue to the next step.
Run the following command in the same directory as the
docker-compose.yml file is located:
docker-compose up -d
Check that the Live Transcoder Docker container is running by a command:
It should print output similar to this:
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS NAMES
5c657d985670 comprimato/live-transcoder:latest "/sbin/init" About an hour ago Up 6 seconds transcoder0
Updated 7 months ago