Category Live Video Streaming (21)

Go beyond the best practices of live streaming, and learn how to put together professional-looking live streams that will impress your audience and keep them coming back for more.

Red Hot Chili Peppers 360 degree live stream
September 9, 2016

Haivision and Sales Cube Power Red Hot Chili Peppers’ 4K 360-degree VR Live Stream

Hot out of IBC 2016, we just announced that we helped power the first live 4K 360-degree live VR stream in Germany for Deutsche Telekom’s Street Gigs Red Hot Chili Peppers’ concert. The event was powered by our KB 4K HEVC/H.264 encoder – an essential part of the live video workflow – streaming the Nokia OZO Professional Virtual Reality camera feed to more than 675,000 viewers on YouTube [...]

Haivision KB with Facebook Live
August 25, 2016

How to Set Up Your Facebook Live Stream with Haivision’s KB Encoder

As companies increasingly become more familiar with Facebook Live, many are opting to send their streams from professional encoders, in addition to streaming from mobile devices. Ever since we published this post on how to set up your professional Facebook Live stream, we’ve received an outpouring of requests for step-by-step instructions on how to stream to Facebook Live using our [...]

Set up your KB for Facebook live stream
July 28, 2016

How to Set Up Your Professional Facebook Live Stream with KB Series Encoder

To build online audiences, organizations, ministries, and enterprises must deliver content to any and every portal within their respective reach and budget. As online video continues to grow, the adoption rates within social ecosystems are growing at great velocity and the Facebook live stream platform is no exception. Facebook currently enjoys more than 1.65 billion monthly active users, 1.09 billion [...]

Equip your video encoder with storage
July 14, 2016

Why You Should Equip Your Encoder with Storage

Streaming video is the process of taking your valuable content as baseband video, compressing it, and sending it over the network as an IP video stream. Within this process you always have the option to have a hard drive on the encoder to capture the video stream just after it’s compressed, while the encoder is streaming, or even if [...]