To get low latency streaming set up, you simply need to select “standard” (HTML5) or “compatible” (direct M3U8 format if this is available with your plan) as your stream type. You also cannot turn on the 30 Minute Rewind option.
Both of these choices will give you access to a channel with about 12 to 15-second latency, which is considered low latency by industry standards. The actual latency you experience might be longer if your internet upload speed is slow or your encoder is using too much of your computer’s resources.
Please note that enabling the 30 Minute Rewind setting will increase the latency to roughly 40 seconds.
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