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    Posted: 11 Mar 2019 at 03:43

i basically want a website with one thing. just a streaming video player that people can watch.  and i can broadcast to it with my OBS

next, under that i could embed my youtube chat. thats really easy too. so i would have stream + chat. easy.  i want to use my youtube chat, but i want my stream to be my own (not from youtube)

im thinking this should be easy to create for anyone with some experience in html... am i right on that or wrong on that ?

also. i dont want this to be a "embed" of youtube or twitch. no. i want it to be my websites own streaming player, that i broadcast to (using my OBS) then it plays on my site

my big question is...  i think my web host (bluehost)  is giving me unmetered / unlimited bandwidth (or close to it).  meaning i think bluehost can already function as a streaming server to output my stream if i use their bandwidth

all i need is the HTML code to upload to my website, to create this website... and i bet the HTML code is so short and easy you could basically post the darn thing and i copy/paste it into my website

can anyone help me do this?  should be so easy for someone with a bit of experience. you could probably knock out this task in one hour
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