Old 29th January 2013, 12:41
jdschnee jdschnee is offline
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Default Can I disable my Channel page?

I use the churchonline.org platform with my livestream channel embedded for streaming my churches 3 services. Is there any way I can disable anyone from being able to go to/view my livestream.com/xxxx page? It's very annoying that there are essentially two separate places for people to view and chat: my xxxxxx.churchonline.org site (which I want everyone to go to) and the livestream.com/xxxx.


If I can't disable anyone from accessing my livestream.com/xxxx site, can I make a graphic that redirects people to the xxxx.churchonline.org site? A graphic that is permanent when live and offline? I've tried to look for that option "Studio" and can't seem to find anything besides the overlays you can add on live. Even with that I can't seem to do full screen overlays.

Any help would be great! Thanks!
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Old 29th January 2013, 17:12
afutselaar afutselaar is offline
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Only for premium members possible
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Old 30th January 2013, 12:50
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As afutselaar mentioned, the ability to privatize your channel page is available only to Premium channel owners.

You could create a clickable link in your ticker redirecting traffic to your embedded site, however this will display on both your channel page and embedded player.
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Old 30th January 2013, 15:34
jdschnee jdschnee is offline
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I kind of figured that I would have to have a premium channel. Thanks for the responses!
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