Of course be careful that you don't confuse Mbps (megabits per second) with MBps (MegaBytes per second).
Your Host might distinguish between Ingress (data you send to the Cloudron) and Egress (data sent from your Cloudron to your audience.)
Here is a tough question: What do companies mean when they say they allot you 1TB of bandwidth? If you only stream once a month, for example, and from beginning to end of your recording is 1GB, could you have a maximum of 1024 viewers for your audience?
Or does it mean you could loop the recording and play it 1024 times to as many people as wanted to see it? Or what?
Just for anyone else, I thought maybe this was an issue with memory allotment making transcoding trip up, but I tried resizing the RAM of my VPS instance as well as the app within Cloudron — no dice. Didn't seem to be an issue that was solveable by switching to another encoder preset.
I think the last line of the set-up instructions should be changed to something like:
Please immediately change the stream key (which is your admin password) in Configuration -> Server Setup.
LOL then that is exactly how I'd got immediately kicked out of my installation, clueless saying WHAT I have not changed the password yet, so why am not begin able to login again, yeah I'd only changed the f.... stream key loll 😊 👶