Wowza ha creado el más robusto y flexible codificador para Facebook Live en el mercado. Si haces streaming a Facebook Live de manera regular, éste es el sistema que necesitas. Apúntate al webinar el martes 21 de noviembre 2017 a la 13:00 CET para descubrir lo fácil que es emitir a FB Live con Wowza ClearCaster
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The future of Facebook Live streaming is here—and Wowza is defining the new standard for delivery on this growing platform.
From user-generated content to online gaming; from financial trading to security platforms; today’s streaming apps and services are highly interactive experiences, facilitated by low-latency streaming delivery. But achieving low latency, with high reliability and security simultaneously can be a challenge, especially when delivering over the public internet.
Join the Wowza #livestreaming community on Slack! With almost 2,000 members and counting, the community is a real-time hub for all things live-streaming, where streaming professionals, developers and change-makers share expertise, resources and feedback.
A growing number of streaming-media platforms are now “StreamingPLUS” apps: offering video streams augmented with interactive elements, which depend on low latency to provide direct-response user experiences.
Our friends at Facebook have announced their Live 360 Ready Program, and we’re proud to be leading the pack of software partners. Read the blog post to learn more.
Game of Thrones is back—but when its servers crashed during the premiere, HBO learned some hard lessons in scalability. We discuss them in this podcast.
Wowza rebels have claimed yet another victory, forging an alliance with the Akamai System to fight the Supreme Leader's Darthfront weapon. Now, powered by kyber crystals for easy use, Wowza unveils its CDN with new pricing, smoother streaming, and fewer cache misses to deal a major blow to the Empire.
Most live UGC videos capture random moments of everyday life—that may not be inherently fascinating to the average viewer. What makes this content compelling is the ability to interact with streamers in real time, where latency must be at an absolute minimum.
Since interactivity and real-time video is a cornerstone of the user experience for game streaming platforms, low latency is especially important in this market. To see how successfully this is being achieved, we tested the latency of seven well-known game streaming services with publicly available platforms. Here are the results.
If the predictions from Ericsson, AT&T, Vodafone and others are correct, 2017 will finally usher in the 5G era. We’ll be at Mobile World Congress again this year, to discuss how Wowza will be a central part of the 5G future.
Since Android started to support HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) in its Honeycomb release, HLS has taken over the world for streaming video. But while HLS surges in popularity, we continue to hear complaints from customers about tuning and reducing latency. The basic message we hear, “HLS latency sucks.”