Dacast just launched a new platform where every live streaming you do is low latency.
Please check out our step-by-step live streaming walkthrough for detailed instructions on how to set up a live stream.
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What is Low Latency Streaming?
In the world of broadcasting, “latency” is used to describe the delay between when content is filmed and when it appears on live viewers’ screens.
Minimizing latency and staying as close to “real-time” as possible is the goal. Dacast uses the latest technology and protocols to keep our latency low to give your viewers a more intimate participatory experience.
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