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 ( or send us a message on Twitter or Facebook.

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Article: Interactive Live Streaming with Ultra-Low Latency

Interactive Live Streaming with Ultra-Low Latency

Oliver Lietz, CEO nanocosmos


Interactive live streaming applications allow viewers to experience events around the world in real time. In this article, we will describe how these applications are created, how they achieve ultra-low latency levels, and how our nanoStream H5Live and playback technologies help users achieve their low-latency goals.


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

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Firefox 52 disables NPAPI plugins support

In the newly released Firefox 52, all plugins built on the old NPAPI technology are disabled by default, except for Flash, which Mozilla plans to support for a few more versions.

NPAPI stands for Netscape Plugins API and is used by the nanoStream Web Browser Plugin for live encoding with H264/AAC/RTMP.

You can still proceed using plugins with a configuration option.

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