How to Set Up a Dacast Low Latency HTML5 Channel

By Jose Guevara

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Jose Guevara

Jose is a part of the Dacast Customer Onboarding team and started working with the company in 2016. He has vast experience in customer service/engagement and live streaming support.

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    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.

    Read the Article HERE

    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.

    Any questions or need help/access to this feature? Please contact us.

    Not yet a Dacast user, and interested in trying Dacast risk-free for 14 days? Sign up today to get started.

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    Jose Guevara

    Jose is a part of the Dacast Customer Onboarding team and started working with the company in 2016. He has vast experience in customer service/engagement and live streaming support.

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