Making Live Streaming More "Live".

Tuesday, April 9 10:40 AM - 11:00 AM

Location: SU11621

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Latency is a major challenge for the online video industry. To tackle it, many video providers have taken steps to optimise their live streaming workflows by rolling out new streaming standards like the Common Media Application Format (CMAF) and making changes to encoding, content delivery network (CDN) delivery and playback technologies. This allows them to close the latency gap and to provide near real-time streaming experiences for end users, resulting in more engaged audiences.
In this session, Christopher Mueller will present the latest advances in CMAF, explain how it can be used as part of a standardised transport container using MPEG-DASH and HLS, and present some of the main reasons for its adoption. These include reduced overhead and delivery costs, simplified workflows and integrations, and the ability to support a single format to stream across any connected device.



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