Category: live streamiing

Let’s Look At Low Latency

Latency is the time it takes for a system to do something – the gap between pressing the button and the action starting. In video, it is the time between the light hitting the lens and the image appearing on the viewer’s screen. In the days of analogue television, latency was virtually zero, and audiences…
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Live Streaming: The Next Mega-Market?

The idea of streaming content online is hardly new. Broadcasters have been doing it for many years, effectively simulcasting broadcast channels, but with platform-specific branding and commercials. Latterly, they have been investing in integrated playout systems to deliver these online streaming services, taking and adapting the broadcast feed. The revolution has come with the ability…
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