Streaming Trends Posts
January 17, 2017 by
CES 2017 is in the bag and this was clear: when innovation is lacking, VR is king and “experiences” are the queen. From a technology standpoint, there wasn’t a lot that blew us away. Sure there were crisp short-throw projectors, laptops with fold-out screens, an electric car faster than a Tesla, and even a smart scooter. Yes, a smart scooter. However, the vast majority of products were just marginal enhancements that we’ve already seen.
December 19, 2016 by
Low latency has become a hot topic within the streaming world, and it's essential to real-time interaction with video content. Listen to our latest podcast episode, where we dive into what low-latency streaming means and why it matters.
December 13, 2016 by
The Wowza WebRTC preview functionality has already seen a huge adoption rate among our customers looking to reduce their reliance on Flash. Watch this two-minute video to learn how Wowza technology solves the challenges of transitioning to WebRTC.
December 7, 2016 by
If you use Twitter or Facebook, you’ve probably seen live video streams showing up lately in your feed. These social media platforms were already engaging, but live mobile broadcasting takes it to the next level, commanding users' attention for longer spans of time. Would you like to have that same “power of now” for your brand? Read on.
November 7, 2016 by
Over the last few months Wowza has introduced our #livestreaming community on Slack to the world. With over 800 members and counting, the #livestreaming community was designed to be a real-time hub for all things live streaming, where streaming professionals, developers, and change-makers come together to share expertise, resources, and feedback.
November 3, 2016 by
APIs are an essential part of software development, and can play a huge role in streaming video projects. Listen to our latest podcast episode, with Wowza streaming engineer Orde Hiller where we tackle the topic.
October 25, 2016 by
Teachers, students, and employees increasingly need to create live and on-demand video content for internal audiences. Use cases can include capturing live presentations, producing video for a flipped classroom, sharing a video recording for online evaluation by teachers and classmates, or creating a training video to help colleagues be more productive at a given task. How can you embrace user-generated content with any-screen playback for your campus or workplace? Let’s dig in, looking first at the basic workflow, then focusing on five common scenarios and ways to address each.
October 21, 2016 by
The final U.S. presidential debate is over, and we can declare a hand-down winner: Facebook. No, the platform didn’t throw itself into the ring as a candidate for office. But it did clearly display that it's able to deliver what the people want, when they want it—streaming that’s faster than cable or satellite broadcasts.
October 18, 2016 by
Did you know that everyone with a mobile device can be a content creator with mobile live-streaming? Listen to this episode, where we talk with Chris Michaels, Wowza director of public relations, about live mobile broadcasting basics, its effect on the world, and how it relates to you.
October 13, 2016 by
Virtual reality and 360-degree streaming continue to garner a lot of attention. Being able provide viewers a vantage point from inside the action offers great potential for user engagement. To see how easy 360-degree streaming can be, follow these easy steps to set up you own 360-degree live stream.