Archives for Traci Ruether
Traci Ruether is a Colorado-based B2B tech writer with a background in streaming and network infrastructure. Aside from writing, Traci enjoys cooking, gardening, and spending quality time with her kith and kin.
Follow her on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/traci-ruether/ or learn more at https://traci-writes.com/.
For high-profile broadcasts like concerts and conventions, event producers are often required to comply with regulations by providing caption and audio selections in more than one language. Live event streaming with multilingual captions and…Read More
For broadcasters looking to get their message out through every medium possible, Wowza Streaming Engine supports simultaneous streaming to multiple sources using the Stream Targets functionality. Called simulcasting, this enables broadcasters to stream across…Read More
Looking to live stream content packaged with the Real-Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP)? In this collection of RTMP tutorials, we cover everything from setting up an RTMP server to configuring a low-latency workflow for professional…Read More
Last week’s post looked at picking the right protocol for live streaming ingest. So today, we’re zeroing in on the opposite end of the live streaming workflow: delivery. A different protocol is often used…Read More
Live streaming workflows can vary immensely, but six key steps are often involved: Capturing the stream with a camera or smart device. Compressing the video and audio data using an encoder. Ingesting that content into a streaming…Read More
Introduction Concerts, tradeshows, church services, and town halls all went virtual in 2020. As a result, live event production companies were forced to digitally transform at a breakneck pace. The kicker? This all had…Read More