Limelight, Streaming Video Alliance and Videonet come together to discuss the introduction of WebRTC’s sub-second latency for live streaming which is opening the way for a ‘better-than-broadcast’ experience – enabling new ways to engage viewers and monetise them.
WebRTC provides real-time video delivery and can now be implemented in a CDN environment for large-scale distribution and has extremely low latency.
This webinar covers:
Making WebRTC part of your workflow
Compression, DRM & ad insertion
Innovation opportunities for broadcasters and challenger OTT providers
Special focus on increasing viewer engagement
creating new revenue streams.
New business partnerships
Optimisation for multiscreen television & connected TV devices
Date: Tuesday Jan 29th, 2018 11am PT / 2pm ET / 19:00 GMT
In this webinar Limelight discuss some of the challenges with delivering low latency video and take a deeper dive to look at what causes latency, the WebRTC protocol and how Limelight Networks delivers real-time streaming at global scale.
Topics that will be discussed during this webinar include:
Challenges delivering low-latency video
Various approaches for reducing latency (small chunk HLS, peer-to-peer, WebRTC)
Encoding and codecs
Stream access and security
How to implement interactivity into live streaming video
Technical Product Marketing Manager
Date: November 8th 2018, 10AM PST / 17:00 GMT
As the first of Wowza’s Low-Latency Streaming webinar series, join Pete McIntosh, Jamie Sherry and Mac Hill who’ll take you through the basics of streaming protocols so learn why latency isn’t always low and what techniques you can use to reduce it. They’ll also tell you how Wowza’s launched their low-latency product.
From VideoLAN’s Video Dev Days 2018, Romain Bouqueau from GPAC and FireKast discusses MPEG DASH and how this helps us with low-latency streaming. Romain starts by looking at latency in Adaptive Streaming Workflow and then covers 4 false assumptions in streaming. We are walked through all the different points that latency can occur and we see how to reduce each before looking at the drawbacks.
Viewers are increasingly watching live sports and other realtime events online, but the inherent delay in traditional online streaming often means they learn about an important play from social media before they are able to see it. Delivering true realtime global online streaming requires a new approach.
Video delivery experts from Limelight Networks present ways to deliver broadcast quality low-latency live streams, including the ability for viewers to watch live video with less than one second of latency on standard web browsers—without special plug-ins. Also discussed is how to integrate live video and interactive data to open up new workflows in sports, gaming, auctions, and more and make live viewing a more interactive social experience.
Join this webinar for:
• Latest market data on the evolving viewer expectations for online
• Delivering low-latency live video with HLS and DASH chunked streaming techniques
• Realtime global live streaming using WebRTC
• How integrated live bidirectional data sharing can help open up new business opportunities
• and much more! Register Now!
Sr. Manager Product Marketing, Limelight Networks
A great discussion from Streaming Media East discussing the battle to achieve Low-Latency Live Video by speakers from BAMTECH, Limelight and Red5Pro.In this session, learn about the pros and cons of various technologies on both the contribution and delivery side of lowlatency streaming, including small chunk size HLS/DASH, WebRTC, WebSockets, QUIC, SRT, and CMAF:
What does ‘Low Latency’ mean? Realtime? Are Cable & TV low-latency?
How do you synchronise OTT with Data and TV
Where is latency introduced? Which buffers have the biggest impact?
How can you fight rebuffing and which metric is the most useful?
Low latency and fast startup times are KPIs for most streaming video producers, particularly for live events. In this talk from Streaming Media west, you will learn how to achieve the low latency live streaming.
David and Jun show the importance of measuring startup time, latency, and network overhead and with Jan Ozer, they show you how to get latency down by:
• reducing fragment sizes, using hybrid fragment sizes;
• specifying first variant retrieved;
• controlling the number of fragments retrieved before playback starts;
• and opening a persistent connection between player.
You’ll learn the most effective strategies for minimizing startup time and latency without swamping your network with additional HTTP requests, and what you’ll need to do to implement them in your encoding and delivery workflows.
David Hassoun, CEO RealEyes Media
Jun Heider, Director of Technology, RealEyes Media
Jan Ozer, Streaming Learning Center