Combining Zoom with Vito allows you to broadcast a video call to all your attendees in the hub, while they have access to a live-updating schedule, discussion section, pages of custom content, a list of your sponsors and speakers, and more.

Zoom allows you to stream a meeting or webinar to another platform if you have a Pro, Business, Education, or Enterprise account.

The first thing to do is for an Admin on your Zoom account to enable Custom Live Streaming Service. Hosts will then be able to stream individual meetings or webinars whenever they need to. Here we provide some step-by-step instructions, but if you get stuck on any of these points, this help article from Zoom goes into more detail.

💡 You will only need to follow these instructions in full the first time.

To set up meeting streaming

  • Sign in to Zoom and head to Account Settings

  • Jump down to the In Meeting (Advanced) section, and switch the toggle to active next to Allow live streaming meetings

  • Check the Custom Live Streaming Service box

  • Optionally include some live-streaming instructions — there’s a template you can copy below.

  • Set up or schedule a new meeting as normal and configure it to your preferences

  • Click the Live Streaming tab and then on the link to configure live-stream settings

  • Enter the stream URL, stream key and page URL for your Vito hub (instructions for how to find this information can be found in the next section) and hit save

  • After launching the meeting, click More, and then choose the service on which to live stream your meeting — as you’ve already configured these details ahead of time, you should be able to start streaming right away

To set up webinar streaming

  • Sign in to Zoom and head to Webinar settings

  • Click Edit next to In Webinar Settings

  • Check the Custom Live Streaming Service box

  • Optionally include some live-streaming instructions — there’s a template you can copy below

  • Save changes

  • Set up or schedule a new webinar as normal and configure it to your preferences

  • Click the Live Streaming tab and then on the link to configure live-stream settings

  • Enter the stream URL, stream key and page URL for your Vito hub (instructions for how to find this information can be found in the next section) and hit save

  • After launching the webinar, click More, and then choose the service on which to live stream your webinar — as you’ve already configured these details ahead of time, you should be able to start streaming right away

Template instructions for hosts

Here are some template instructions that the Admin can paste in when enabling live-streaming at account level in Zoom:


Stream URL: rtmps://global-live.mux.com/app
Stream Key: Copy from the Stream page in your hub
Live Streaming Page URL: Enter the URL for your hub

Locating your stream key in Vito

Put your hub into Admin mode by clicking on the toolkit icon and add a live-stream in the left menu if you haven't already. Click on the live-stream page and you'll see the instructions right underneath the placeholder image. Here’s a side-by-side example so you can see how the Vito details map to the Zoom fields:

Side-by-side screenshots of Vito and Zoom stream settings

The first two fields conveniently have the exact same name in both services. For the Live Streaming Page URL, enter the URL for your hub. Hit save, and you’re ready to stream your meeting or webinar to your Vito hub.

Viewing a Zoom call in Vito

We recommend running one or two test streams from Zoom to an empty hub ahead of time so that you can check you’re happy with how everything works.

Open your hub, view as Admin, and head to the live-stream page. Click on the green button to show the video player when you're ready for participants to see the stream.

One thing to note is that there’ll be a Zoom watermark in the bottom right corner of the video. Zoom has a beta option to replace this with your own watermark, but it will still say “Powered by Zoom” underneath.

Screenshot of a Vito hub using the Zoom to livestream
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