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Thread: 15 second Delay by HTTP Live Streaming(Used m3u8)

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    Default 15 second Delay by HTTP Live Streaming(Used m3u8)

    Hi.

    I try to live streaming using http.

    However, this video is about 15 seconds worth of live and the differences occur.

    I want to reduce the delay time of 15 seconds is an option under the specific differences I've never applied to.

    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....tinostreaming)

    I'm looking at this article for key frame Interval Together ChunkDuration and thought it'd be.

    But still can not play when the delay time is reduced.

    I want to stream video resolution of 960X540, bit rate 1200kbps, 30fps frames per second for each key frame every 15 frames.

    Sends a wowza rtmp this video does.

    Where possible to reduce the delay time can we give advice?

    If possible, do not mind changing the existing video settings.


    Thanks.

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    Hi,

    You will need to consider the time it takes to packetize the media chunks by Wowza and also the time required for the player to download the data chunks from the server.
    Did you try lowering the cupertinoChunkDurationTarget value to 2000 ?
    This would create 2 second media chunks. Please let me know if this helps reduce the live delay.

    Zoran

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