The wide proliferation and popularity of social media sites has made it impossible for any amateur content creator to ignore these millions of users when they publish their content online for the first time. Indeed, using a piece of software which doesn’t integrate with sites like Facebook and Twitter is a recipe for disaster, as [...]
The internet has seen exponential growth, not only in popularity among consumers, but in the ability to provide options for businesses to reach, and hold, their customer base. However, along with expanding capabilities in content delivery, the client’s expectations of quality, reliability and speed have risen to keep pace. Exceptional client-driven content, delivered quickly and securely, has become a primary challenge for providers.
The capacity for live streaming video broadcast over the Internet serves multiple purposes in business and entertainment media. Traditional broadcasting methods are ill-adapted to the Internet, which has continued to democratize content sources ever since it was first commercialized. Today, the widespread availability of media broadcasting software has given rise to the need for private customers to use Internet broadcasting. Fortunately, a company founded in 1996 has already developed a complete software package designed to meet the needs of Internet broadcasting. Users can now record, create and broadcast their own content online.
Communication is an essential part of any commercial enterprise or relationship. Fast, efficient communication usually translates into more productivity, greater profits and increased success. The private sector has been helped in this regard by technological advances and, most recently, by the Internet. The Internet itself, with email, instant messaging and online media, has changed the very foundations of most prevailing business models. Streaming media, long a goal of Internet aficionados, used to be a source of frustration for user and developer alike. Today, advances in streaming media have brought it into widespread use in both the personal and professional worlds.
Communicating over the Internet has slowly become a smorgasbord of options. Businesses and consumers can reach one another through email, instant messaging and now streaming media. Streaming media has only become a widespread form of communication in the past six years or so. The mid-1990s saw the emergence of the Internet, but it took until 2005 for widespread streaming media to become practical. YouTube was founded in that year, and it took streaming media to a whole new level. Businesses used the new technology to reach customers like never before. Consumers used the new technology to disseminate information in completely new ways.
Although streaming media has been around since the invention of radio and television, it was not until the Internet that the concept was fully realized. Via telecommunication networks, it is now possible to have real time information streamed from one computer to another. For business, education and even long distance socializing, streaming media video totally changes the way we gather and share ideas.
You don’t have to be disconnected–ever. Imagine that. Imagine you’re a CEO and you’re cross country on business but there is an equally important meeting happening in-house at your firm. You can’t possibly miss it but you also have yet to figure out a way to be two places at once. You’ve always been told that’s humanly impossible, right? What if we could dispel that theory and you could be as many places as you’d like whenever you so choose? Too good to be true? No, not at all. We here at EyePartner recognize the importance of constant connectivity (especially in a rapidly moving digital world) thus we have created TikiLive. Tikilive is EyePartner’s HD broadcasting service providing its users with a comprehensive set of tools for producing and managing Live HD Streaming content allowing you to remain in the loop forevermore.
Communication software is now a standard feature on nearly any electronic device, with millions of people sharing an exceedingly wide and diverse range of content with one another. Today’s, communication software allows users to share data including video and audio, thereby making the communication process a lot easier and more adaptable to a wide variety of applications. Some of the many different uses of communication software are for connecting employees and employers in live video chat conferences, sharing rich media on websites through pay per view, and on demand streaming HD video that allows comments and even notes from the content provider. Text chat certainly has a place in today’s video communication software as well, with many programs allowing realtime chat while content is streaming.
Unicast streaming is a 1 to 1 connection between a server and a client, meaning each client gets a sepparate stream and only if they request it. Unicast streaming works either for live streaming or on demand streaming. Here is how unicast streaming works: Unicast streaming Unicast is the way being used by a WM [...]