Archives for Sydney Roy (Whalen)
Sydney works for Wowza as a content writer and Marketing Communications Specialist, leveraging roughly a decade of experience in copywriting, technical writing, and content development. When observed in the wild, she can be found gaming, reading, hiking, parenting, overspending at the Renaissance Festival, and leaving coffee cups around the house.
Video bitrate refers to the amount of video data transferred across a connection in a set amount of time. In this way, it could also be thought of as video density since having more…Read More
The need for lightning-fast video delivery has never been greater. Interactive video experiences have become the next big thing in industries as distinct as healthcare, manufacturing, and online gambling. There are numerous streaming protocols out…Read More
You’re dead set on low-latency streaming, but there’s just one problem: you don’t know where to begin choosing a streaming protocol. The truth is, not all protocols are created equal, and many cater to specific needs,…Read More
Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) has come a long way since its inception as a VoIP protocol meant for lightning-fast peer-to-peer connections. Google initially released WebRTC as an open-source project back in 2011. Since then, developers and streaming…Read More
How can you broadcast at sub-second latency to multiple viewers with varying computing resources? WebRTC simulcasting refers to the process by which WebRTC prepares media files for smooth and reasonably high-quality streaming regardless of user bandwidths. …Read More
To computer scientists, video buffering refers to the act of preloading data to stream with fewer interruptions. To the rest of us, it’s mostly a punch line. In either case, nobody wants to be…Read More