Using LL-HLS with byte-range addressing to achieve interoperability in low latency streaming

HTTP Adaptive Segmented (HAS) streaming began to be used at scale from 2008 to 2012, with the advent of Move Networks, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, Apple HLS, Adobe HDS, and MPEG DASH. With the typical 10s segment durations of the day, livestream latencies (measuring latency as the time from an action ... Read More

Best Practices for Ultra-Low Latency Streaming Using Chunked-Encoded and Chunk-Transferred CMAF

| | Media Delivery, octoberrelease
Over the last 15 years, live streaming services have grown from novelties & experiments in to profitable businesses serving an ever-growing cohort of cord-cutters and cord-nevers. Initial streaming implementations mimicked the workflows of the broadcast world, using custom servers to ... Read More