Category Broadcast Video (87)

Broadcasters are embracing video streaming technologies for their ability to deliver reliable, high quality, low latency video. As the demand for content increases, broadcasters are looking to video streaming solutions for field contribution, monitoring and return feeds, live interviews, remote production, live linear to OTT, and replay systems.

Here, learn about the newest video streaming solutions that broadcasters are leveraging in their workflows to bring their viewers high quality content.

August 16, 2018

Difference between Unicast Vs Multicast

Confused about the difference between unicast vs multicast video streaming? Wondering what the advantages and disadvantages of each are, and which one you should be using for your video stream? Both unicast and multicast serve very distinct purposes, and there are requirements that you’ll need to support for each of them. Broadcasters and corporate video streamers may find a need [...]

July 25, 2018

What You Need to Know About the SRT Open Source Streaming Protocol

Those of you who work in the business of streaming video have probably heard about the SRT open-source protocol by now. For those of you who haven’t, here’s a quick primer. SRT stands for Secure Reliable Transport, and was developed by Haivision in 2012. SRT is simply a protocol that helps people send high-quality, secure video over unreliable public networks, [...]

July 19, 2018

Why You Should Be Future-Proofing Your Video Streaming Workflows

The one thing that you can always count on with technology is that there will be better options soon. Sometimes sooner than we think. Video is moving at a rapid pace, and the ability to send higher quality video over fiber and high bandwidth IP represents a new and exciting paradigm for content providers. As technology progresses, both those in the [...]