Category Archives: The video experts blog

What is the HEVC (H.265) Video Codec, and What Are its Benefits?

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As the business world becomes increasingly digital, video content becomes a vital tool for connecting with customers, training employees, and sharing information. But with the rise of high-definition and ultra-high-definition video, the technology to deliver it needs to evolve. That’s where HEVC (High-Efficiency Video Coding), also known as H.265, comes in. This cutting-edge codec allows […]

Ultra-Low Latency Video Streaming: Benefits and Best Solutions

Nobody wants slow, stuttering, lagging video streaming – especially in this day and age. On the contrary: everyone wants a fast, smooth, and perfectly synced video streaming experience. The difference between having constant buffering issues and buttery smooth video streaming comes down to one word: latency. Online video streaming, whether it be live streaming, OTT […]

10 Ways to Minimize Video Buffering Issues While Streaming

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Video streaming has gained massive popularity in various industries, especially post-COVID. Recent research found that people spent 482.5 billion hours worldwide on live-streaming apps. This makes sluggish video buffering an enemy to the progress of live stream broadcasters. So how do you minimize video buffering and ensure a great customer experience as a broadcaster? Poor […]

What is a Video Content Management System (CMS) and How to Choose One for Your Business

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In the ever-evolving digital landscape, businesses are always looking for new ways to create videos that are interesting and informative and that will connect with their audience. How many times a day do you use your mobile device to look something up? Your search results likely contain as many video results as they do written […]

Virtual Graduation Live Streaming: What You Need to Know [2023 Update]

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Schools use live video broadcasting for many things, including remote learning for students, and live streaming sporting events and theater productions.  Since the coronavirus outbreak, students, high schools, and universities have been forced to step into a “new normal”. That meant most teaching happened over a zoom call, and students maintained social distance over the […]