There are two ways to decode a video feed from Core: push and pull. Pushing to a decoder is easy: simply select your decoder from the Decoders list on your encoder and hit Go Live. If your decoder's IP address changes regularly, or if you won't know what decoders need a video feed, pulling a video feed is the better option.
To enable TCP Pull, you must first be running a cloud-hosted Sputnik Engine or a self-hosted Sputnik Engine. Your encoder must be connected to the Engine you wish to use.
From the Dashboard, navigate to your Encoder Details page and copy the IP address and port information under the area labeled "H.264 MPEG-TS Server". This information can be given to anyone you wish to have access to your video feed.
Now navigate to your Decoder's web UI by plugging its IP address into your browser. Under Stream Source --> Stream Options, change the mode to MPEG Transport Stream and the protocol to TCP Pull. Fill in the IP address and port number with the information you copied from Core. Hit Apply and you'll begin receiving the video feed.
You can also decode the video feed this way using VLC. Launch the VLC application and select File --> Open Network. Paste the same H.264 MPEG-TS Server IP and port information you got from your encoder on Core.
Select Open and you'll begin decoding the video feed from Core.