The Best Ways To Reduce Latency in Live Streaming

Are you struggling to reduce long latency times in your live streaming applications?

Learn how to achieve ultra-low latency with nanoStream products, like the nanoStream H5Live Player. Low latency is especially important for live event broadcasting and interactive live streaming applications, like sports, betting, and auctions.

Read this article for ultra-low latency interactive use cases with nanoStream

Watch the free webinar / roundtable discussion here :

Here you can watch Oliver’s presentation: about nanoStream cross-platform, low-latency broadcast and playback applications and plugin-free solutions, that run in all browsers:

“The Best Ways to Reduce Latency”, Tuesday May 2, 11.00 AM PT / 2.00 PM ET

Develop your Custom Live Streaming Application with nanocosmos

Live streaming from drones with nanoStream Apps

You have a great idea for a live streaming application connecting people around the world, but you don’t know where to start?

Here at nanocosmos we offer complete live streaming solutions adapted to the needs of every customer. Continue reading “Develop your Custom Live Streaming Application with nanocosmos”

nanocosmos at NAB 2017 – Las Vegas

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Meet us at NAB in Las Vegas between April 22-25 for a chat about nanoStream ultra-low latency live encoding software, and the nanoStream cloud platform and development services for your live streaming projects.

Schedule a personal meeting with our team on the show!

We do not have a booth at this year’s NAB, so please contact us via email (, Skype (nanocosmos) or phone (+49 175 5667641).

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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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