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Thread: How to achieve ideal delay in live streaming

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    Default How to achieve ideal delay in live streaming

    we are tested with H.264 & AAC supported IP camera (axis Q1755) for live streaming. Here we are doing RTSP/RTP re-streaming and viewing the output in a adobe flashplayer.

    we are observing 4 sec delay in live (both video&audio). Our need is to decrease the delay to minimal(approx. live).

    what will be the ideal delay in wowza server with best camera & hardware configuration?

    We supposed to do 10 live streams with 1000 target viewers with a bit rate at 350 kbps/500 kbps. Can anyone give an idea what will be the ideal hardware setup for this?

    what will max bandwidth supported by single wowza media server2?


    Thanks&Regards,
    Sreeram

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    Take a look at this guide for lowest latency streaming
    http://www.wowzamedia.com/forums/showthread.php?t=6136

    The bandwidth is limited by your server and network interface. What your users can handle practically is another important consideration.

    Richard

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