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Advanced/Technical Broadcasting October 7, 2020 Broadcasting to WpStream from Network Cameras

Using IP cameras to stream to WpStream is one of the quickest and easiest ways to cover a particular event. Moreover, its secure and efficient nature allows you to go live on your own website and have as many visitors as possible, without giving them full access to your security cameras. This article will cover …

Advanced/Technical Codecs February 24, 2020 Codecs & Containers Explained

Most internet users will at one point or another stumble across codecs and containers, trying to learn the difference between the two. While most people categorize video files by their format, such as MP4 files or AVI files, these are in fact just the formats of the containers. Video Containers A video format container or …

Advanced/Technical Multi Camera Use Cases November 22, 2019 Multi-Camera Live Streaming

These days, live streaming has become affordable, allowing content creators to broadcast different live events to their audiences. Remarkably cheap broadcasting equipment is leading to an overall transformation of the industry – not only media giants can create and broadcast live events but also small website owners or small teams of content creators can carry …

24/7 Broadcasting Advanced/Technical Use Cases Videography November 15, 2019 24/7 Live Streaming – Building a Continuous Live Stream Channel

24/7 Live Streaming – Building a Continuous Live Stream Channel Most of the time when you’re doing a live stream for your video website, the broadcasting session lasts for a couple of hours. Regardless if it’s a sports event you’re streaming or a concert, the session has a beginning and an end. This article will …

360/VR Advanced/Technical Videography October 31, 2019 360 Live Streaming with WpStream

360 degree video is becoming more and more accessible and popular among content creators. This increase in popularity is also partly due to the fact that high quality 360 video cameras are more affordable than they used to be. 360 degree video is amazing in itself but when combined with live streaming, it becomes a …

Advanced/Technical Bitrate Codecs Resolution October 29, 2019 Video Compression Explained

Most internet users have, at one point, done a live stream on a free platform such as Facebook. But did you ever think how it’s possible to broadcast such high quality video over the internet? Let’s make some calculations – the average 1080p video has a resolution of 1920×1080, at 24 bits each and 30 …

Advanced/Technical Chroma Key Videography October 24, 2019 Chroma Key Live Streaming

Chroma Key is a technique of layering two images or video streams together based on their colour hues or chroma range – hence the name Chroma Key. This technique is mainly used to remove the background from a person doing a live stream or recording, and is being used in newscasting, live streams and even …

Advanced/Technical CDN October 22, 2019 CDN Live Streaming With WpStream

Live streaming is a booming business nowadays, resulting in the growth of the content delivery network market as well. It is estimated that by the year 2020, over 70% of all internet traffic, including video streaming, will run through content delivery networks, or CDNs. By 2017, over half of the internet traffic was already running …

Advanced/Technical Bitrate Codecs FPS Resolution September 16, 2019 Choosing The Best Settings For Your Broadcast (FPS, Bitrate, Resolution)

When live-streaming, if the overall quality of a video is not up to standards, viewer count will instantly begin to drop. Viewers generally prefer having a stable stream of high-quality video that looks crisp, does not stutter, and most importantly, does not pause. This article is a guide on how the bitrate, resolution, and FPS …

Advanced/Technical Low Latency September 12, 2019 WpStream & Low Latency Live Video

Streaming live videos is one of the best ways to deliver engaging content to an incredibly wide audience. One aspect that’s related to live video platforms is latency – the difference of time between the recording of an event and displaying said event on a viewer’s screen. It’s important to note that even media TV …

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