nanoStream H5Live Low Latency FAQ

On May 2nd, we held a very fruitful roundtable discussion in cooperation with Streaming Media, around the question of how to best reduce latency in live streaming. We received a lot of interesting questions from the participants, showing that ultra-low latency is a fascinating new level in developing live streaming software.

If you want to review the webinar, simply click here to access the archived version.

Don’t hesitate to send us your question, if it isn’t answered here! Shoot us a mail (sales@nanocosmos.de) or send us a message on Twitter or Facebook.

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Interactive Live Streaming with Ultra-Low Latency

by Oliver Lietz, CEO nanocosmos

How can I create true interactive live streaming applications with ultra-low latency?

Live video streaming is getting more and interactive. Webcasters and broadcasters want to be able to communicate directly in real-time or engage with their audience by getting live feedback during presentations or events.

Live streaming of user-generated content on mobile devices, or live communications tools for auctions or e-sports require bidirectional connection with ultra-low latency (below 2 seconds). Our nanoStream H5Live playback technology lets you build interactive applications with ultra-low latency, plugin-free on any browser and on any device.

ENCODING ———–STREAMING ———–PLAYBACK

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Interactive live streaming with low latency – at Streaming Media East

The nanocosmos team will be at Streaming Media East in New York on May 16th and 17th. We would love to meet you and chat about ultra-low latency live streaming for interactive applications!

Find us in the International Zone, or schedule an appointment with our team via email (sales@nanocosmos.de), phone (+49 175 5667641), or Skype (nanocosmos).

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