Review: Epiphan LiveScrypt
LiveScrypt combines a hardware appliance for audio input and a cloud application for transcription to deliver a polished, inexpensive, easy-to-use real-time transcription solution
The Algorithm Series: Live Event Scaling
There are four key delivery methods for live content, and understanding the math behind them can help decision makers determine which is the best for their applications.
Adventures in Remote Production
In the time of COVID-19, remote production has become a necessity. Here's a look at how four live streaming operations have dealt with the changes
Game On! With Traditional Live Sports on Hiatus, Will Esports Fill the Void?
The current spike in organized, competitive online gaming--driven in part by social changes brought on by COVID-19--lands on top of a widely reported 2019 esports boom, and already-high expectations for 2020 growth.
Roundup: Compact Mics for Compact Cameras
Compact, prosumer 4K cameras like the Canon XA40 and XA45 pack enough professional features that they're well worth considering for pro producers who need to travel light or with a compact kit. Choosing such a camera also means accessorizing it with properly proportioned compact audio gear--like the options we'll explore here.
The Streaming Toolbox: Zixi, Cleeng, and Penthera
We look at a B2B intelligence layer for content transport, a company that enables customer relationship management decisioning, and a service that facilitates offline viewing.
Report: Streaming Monetization in 2020
How exactly do organizations generate video-based revenues? A new report from Streaming Media, Unisphere Research, and Amazon Web Services sheds light on subscription vs. advertising vs. transactional, SSAI, and more.
All In On NDI
Many people have gone all in on NDI. But how they use it can be very different from how you might want to use it.
The State of Streaming 2020 Research Report
Live or VOD? Cloud or on-prem? The 2020 State of Streaming report reveals exclusive insights into the workflows behind the screens—download your copy now.
Video Capture Dongles Buyers' Guide
When live streaming using video mixers like OBS, vMix, or Wirecast a capture dongle is the missing link between the camera and a notebook, providing access to titling, transitions, and effects. Dongles can run anywhere from $40 to $700; here's a look at how to pick the one that's right for you.
Buyer's Guide to Live Webcasting Hardware
Software-based webcasting tools are ubiquitous, but there are times when only hardware will do. Here's a look from single-button hardware all the way up to portable vision mixers.
7 Rules for Mobile Multicam Success
As mobile devices have become more powerful and deliver higher-quality stills and video, it was inevitable that companies would emerge that leveraged these new technologies to produce multicam live-switched media production. So let's establish some ground rules for mobile multicam media production success.
How to Leverage Opportunities in eSports Streaming
The latest innovations and growing affordability of livestreaming technology have opened the esports livestreaming market to the average consumers, allowing anyone to become a live streamer with the right tools. Learn how the latest technology developments have enabled esports fans to join YouTube, Twitch, Mixer, or other livestreaming services.
SMW '19: Tim Siglin and Friends Wrap Up Streaming Media West
Streaming Media Contributing Editor Tim Siglin is joined by fellow contributing editor Robert Reinhardt and Editor-in-Chief and VP Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen as he wraps up 2 days of interviews at Streaming Media West 2019.
How to Build a Scalable Low-Latency Streaming Solution
How do you reduce latency while syncing interactions between a live streamer and viewers, while scaling to meet demand across multiple platforms? Mux Founder & Head of Product Steve Heffernan examines the pros and cons both WebRTC-based approaches and HTTP-based approaches and shows how to develop a scalable low-latency solution to meet your streaming needs.
SMW '19: Peyote Perryman Talks Bonded Streaming and Bass Fishing
Streaming Media contributing editor Tim Siglin interviews Digital P Media's Peyote Perryman at Streaming Media West 2019.
Building a Streaming Workstation? Here's What You Need to Know
We take a look under the hood and explore the four main hardware components that directly affect performance when building or configuring a streaming workstation.
From Contribution to AR, 5G Is the Future
5G's commercial rollout is faster than expected with video-intense applications including VR and AR lined up for later releases
SMW '19: Torque's Darcy Lorincz Talks Motor Esports
Streaming Media contributing editor Tim Siglin interviews Torque Esports' Darcy Lorincz at Streaming Media West 2019.
Streaming Media West 2019 Keynote: Sports Streaming for the Win!
Google and three of its sports partners—WWE, World Surf League, and NASCAR—explained how they're using streaming tech to create direct relationships and compelling experiences.