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Microsoft’s Windows 10 Creators Update arrives as the third major update for the PC operating system on April 11, and it contains some goodies for gamers, who no doubt make up a huge percentage of the 400 million Windows 10 users.
What happens when there’s an additional 500 millisecond delay in a live streaming game? Users are twice as likely to abandon.
Since interactivity and real-time video are cornerstones of the user experience for game streaming platforms, low latency is especially important. To see how successfully this is being achieved, we tested the latency of six well-known game streaming services with publicly available platforms: Beam, DailyMotion, HitBox, Stream.me, Twitch, YouTube Gaming.
Gamers are turning to gameplay livestreams in the tens of millions. But which platform is the most responsive when it comes to delivering video to you? Wowza Media Systems has the answers. The company measured the latency of seven well-known game-streaming services with publicly available platforms. The winner? Beam. The loser? DailyMotion.
At GDC, Wowza Media Systems announced a collection of development tools for Unity software and one of them is a plugin that allows for a connection to Wowza’s GoCoder.
Deploying a media server technology will provide a sense of control, knowing that most of these technologies are future proof.
It's one of the biggest challenges facing live video streaming today, and it's remained frustratingly stubborn. Explore the technical solutions that could finally bring latency down to the 1-second mark.
Over the last couple of years, we’ve seen an evolution in visual computing enabled by cloud-based computing. This evolution is bringing forth the next wave, what we term the visual cloud.
Live video on Facebook: It's everywhere. On the News Feed, Facebook's algorithm promotes videos when they're streamed.