Eventcaster Low Latency Streams

What is Latency?

Latency is the time taken from the words coming out of the presenters mouth to get to the listeners ears. It is one of the areas that is often overlooked in streaming.

Imagine you have interactive content, a vote or poll if your presenter asks the question and then has to wait 30 seconds for the results to start to come in. You are going to need lower latency otherwise your event is going to become very stagnated.

Eventcaster Networking

The lowest latency (<400ms). Useful for breakouts and coffee breaks we offer group discussions.  With tables from 2-16 video participants plus their content and 200 other users listening in.  We can currently support 750+ tables at a time, so that’s over 12,000 delegates who can get together and talk. Learn More.

Low Latency Streaming

All our large streams use this system, from 250 – 1 million viewers we achieve a latency of 5-6 seconds. Using the latest CMAF encoders and distribution techniques we can provide a fully featured end to end video service including:- Multi language support, multi-bit rate and closed captions.

Synchronised Streaming

If you are looking to stream to lots of devices in the same location then you might consider our synchronised streaming systems.