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In order to see more detailed logs, run your broadcaster with -v 6 to enable verbose logging.

After receiving a stream, your broadcaster will try to connect to a set of orchestrators (ether based on the registered orchestrators on-chain or based on the orchestrators specified using the -orchAddr flag). Your broadcaster might reject certain orchestrators based on their required price or ticket parameters.

faceValue higher than max faceValue error

If you observe the ticket faceValue higher than max faceValue error in the broadcaster’s logs, you can try:

  1. Running the broadcaster with -depositMultiplier 1. The default value is 1000 (which is pretty high) meaning that the broadcaster will not be willing to use a ticket faceValue that exceeds the broadcaster’s deposit divided by 1000. So, if the value is 1 then the broadcaster will be willing to use a ticket faceValue that equals the broadcaster’s deposit. While this might not be desirable in other circumstances, it can be fine for testing purposes
  2. If option 1 does not work, then the broadcaster’s deposit is less than the faceValue required by an orchestrator - you should try depositing more ETH

EV higher than max EV error

If you observe the ticket EV higher than max EV error in the broadcaster’s logs, you can try running the broadcaster with -maxTicketEV <MAX_TICKET_EV> where MAX_TICKET_EV is the maximum expected value (denominated in wei) for tickets sent by the broadcaster. The default value is 10 gwei so you could try using a higher value.

For help from the Livepeer community, join the Livepeer Discord and post in the #broadcasting channel.

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