We field a lot of questions about low-latency streaming. While no one wants high latency, what does low latency really mean? And in what contexts does low latency really matter? Read on and watch a short video to learn the answers.
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So you want to live stream to the web? And you want to make it affordable, feature-rich, reliable, secure, and simple to setup and operate?
The answer: IP cameras.
Successfully delivering live and on-demand video content starts with choosing a secure streaming platform. Unauthorized access can compromise the... View Article
Integrate Closed Captions in Adaptive Bitrate Streaming Video As part of the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act... View Article
If you’re thinking about streaming media, you probably fall into one of two camps: Either you already know something... View Article
Since Android started to support HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) in its Honeycomb release, HLS has taken over the world for streaming video. But while HLS surges in popularity, we continue to hear complaints from customers about tuning and reducing latency. The basic message we hear, “HLS latency sucks.”
IBC is one of our favorite events to attend — and this year is no exception. As the world’s... View Article
When it comes to live video, low latency and high quality are all the rage. But what if you’re... View Article
One workflow we commonly see at Wowza involves streamers connecting their own encoder to the Wowza Streaming Cloud™ service.... View Article
With the 2020 end-of-life date for Flash rapidly approaching, we hear a lot of consternation from developers who are trying... View Article
WebRTC is a popular alternative to RTMP—but is it the best solution for your use case? Find out in part two of our low-latency video series.
Things have come a long way since HTML5 video came onto the scene in 2013. Here are some observations about the continued growth of HTML5 support.