Now, more than ever, live-streaming is important due to how the coronavirus is forcing businesses and people to limit physical interactions. However, implementing a live streaming solution remains a (potentially) daunting task. There are a lot of moving pieces which means there are many places where things can go wrong.
Further complication comes from the fact that your live streaming setup may need to be adjusted according to the type of event being broadcast.
Fortunately, there are a few people out there who have devoted their lives (professional and otherwise) to live streaming. Join some of them (including our Technical Co-Founder and CEO Chris Allen on:
Thursday, March 26th
Live Streaming Best Practices Webinar
- How the emergence of 4K content impacts internet-based live streaming, and how to prepare for successors like 8K
- Setting up your hosting: When to use cloud services vs edge compute vs. traditional CDN
- The importance of latency, and the different ways to decrease it in a live stream
- Why the WebRTC and SRT protocols help reduce live streaming latency
- Where you should monitor live streams in the media workflow and why it can be effective
- Assuring a high quality of experience for your clients with specific monitoring strategies
- Engage viewers from anywhere by implementing remote “at-home” production
- How to capture user engagement with viewer participation and interactive experiences
Register today for the Live Streaming Best Practices Webinar.