Recently, the Bank of Korea in South Korea held a meeting with many reporters regarding this year's economic forecasts. The difference was that the conference was streamed through the Internet by using Wowza Cloud. Using non-traditional methods, this conference received great evaluations from its vivid and high video and sound quality. One of the recent technologies that have attracted the consumers' attention is the live streaming technology. This allows the effective delivery of many ongoing events to as many people as possible. By introducing Wowza's technology, you will hear a variety of useful news because it can be seen through the Internet conveniently. These may be shown in social gatherings, in-house broadcasts, school events, sports events, and graduation ceremonies.
Thanks to apps like Periscope, Facebook Live, and YouTube, streaming video from mobile devices is fun, easy, and gaining popularity. But ensuring your live-streaming content is engaging requires some thought. Let's look at a few ways to make your live mobile streams look and sound great, and then dig a bit deeper to discuss firewalls, privacy, and copyright. With nine key considerations in mind, you'll have a solid foundation for your mobile streaming projects.
Sports Logic provides the leading youth sports league-management tool, supporting more than a million users. Sports Logic’s SL Team App includes a new feature, SL Live, built on the Wowza GoCoder™ SDK for live mobile streaming—giving coaches, administrators, athletes, and parents even more ways to manage teams, track player statistics, and capture every play.
From a one-camera stream on a boat, to a multi-camera ESPN3-level telecast.
How Harvard University uses Wirecast to live stream their sports?
Wirecast gives Harvard University flexibility for a variety of live streaming productions – from a one camera stream on a boat, to a multi-camera ESPN3-level telecast.
Great news! LookAt now supports over 100 file formats – Audio, Images, text, presentation, PDF and many many more – All with full commenting and versioning capabilities. You can share, comment, draw and flip between versions, just like in any video format.
Know that feeling? You’re busy filming and offloading at the same time, somewhere off set. You find a minute of downtime between shots and run back, only to find your transfers still running. Or worse: they finished quite a while ago. On a busy day, that’s valuable offloading time lost 😣