Watching the Future of Live Video
Live video has become increasingly effective and popular. With streaming gaining popularity, consumers want more and more live videos. Businesses need live video in this digital age, for 75% of CEOs claim that video conference calls will entirely replace audio-only conference calls, and 70 percent of professionals work remotely at least one day a week. Likewise, 45 percent of teams use video calling tools weekly, and 43 percent of remote and in-house teams use a video conferencing solution.
As live video impacts multiple industries beyond live meetings, its ability to impart information is invaluable as visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text by the human brain. However, effective live video poses technological problems, such as bandwidth fluctuations, inconsistent video quality, encoding pitfalls, secure privacy, device incompatibility, and poorly-designed user interfaces. Low-quality live video means wasted time due to loading before meetings and reliance across multiple platforms.
The future of live video can be seen through the advent of single stream technology that alleviates the headaches hindering the effectiveness of streaming. This also provides stable meetings with low bandwidth, integrated cloud processing, and is free from tracking and data mining while remaining GDPR compliant. Solving the challenges of live video makes meetings, live streaming, and more easy to create.