Category Archives: Live Video Streaming

Streaming Live? Meet Vazzt.com

Click on the photo above to check out another blog detailing VazztCaster’s streaming capabilities. The popularity of live streaming is growing each year, and there are many offerings for streaming video these days.  So much is offered by many vendors, … Continue reading

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Find the HD 1080i Sweet Spot

When sending compressed video over a network, there is a general area to aim for, economically and from a visual and audio standpoint. After a number of field trials with a major carrier this fall, we’ve determined a sweet spot … Continue reading

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Camera Modes for the Non-Camera Person

We use cameras to test.  A lot.  But we’re constantly having to reference what EXACTLY all the camera modes mean and when to use them.  The terminology can get a bit confusing.  So we created a quick reference table for … Continue reading

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Bonding 3G & 4G and WiFi with KenCast Products

When using bonded 3G/4G networks, you need flexibility to find, use and pay for only the wireless bandwidth you need, and to get exactly the redundancy you need. KenCast has 5 products for live streaming coverage (http://www.kencast.com/products/live-votm) that all use … Continue reading

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To Bond or Not To Bond

I’ve been witnessing the debate happening in the social networks regarding whether Network Bonding is actually beneficial or not, and can’t help but think of the numerous experiences I’ve had where Network Bonding was not only beneficial but a requirement.  When people ask me … Continue reading

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Live Video Streaming, Network Bonding