One of, if not the biggest, issue with live streaming video games was the fact that it was incredibly difficult to set up. With little to no places to find information about what the best settings are for live streaming, what the best practices are, or even where to stream to, users were left to pave their own path if they wanted to live stream.
Whether you’re a content creator, business, or organization, live streaming is one of the most effective ways to connect with your online audience. However, if issues such as glitchy audio, fuzzy video, or even buffering occurs during a live stream, it could deter the viewers.
All the major live streaming platforms don’t allow easy access to private live streaming. Most of them don’t have the feature to privately live stream at all. Needing a paid service for something that is so simple to make is unnecessary and, most importantly, impractical for many since they won’t be using the other features on the platform as often.
Many individuals and businesses in the past have been deterred from live streaming and its many benefits such as increased viewer interaction and easy content creation due to its steep learning curve, we at Zeacon wanted to change the way people live streamed for the better.
Using our platform’s drag-and-drop feature, Mark and Dez were able to interact and answer questions about his meal plans and dishes with audience members face-to-face as if they were there in person with one another. Along with answering questions using our drag-and-drop feature, Dez and Mark also answered questions that came directly from viewers using Zeacon Live Studio's built-in chat.
In the past, before the digital era, companies could launch a product and get it out there with little to no customer feedback or engagement. On rare occasions, they would get a letter in the mail from a customer saying that they loved their product, or they hated their product.
Virtual tours have been shown to attract more views and generate more leads than text and still images alone. Consider incorporating virtual tours into your digital marketing plan, so you can be at the cutting edge of your industry. Innovative technology can give you a strong advantage in a competitive market. Virtual real estate tours can allow the buyer to expand their search and the seller to widen their pool of prospective buyers. It is a win-win for everyone.
Sport organizations and networks are looking for new ways to engage their followers in the present era of streaming platforms. The growing accessibility of professional streaming services has made live sports streaming a thriving industry. Large sports organizations continue to benefit from services like Zeacon Live Studio and others. With that information in mind, let's look at our top five suggestions for generating a successful live stream of sporting events.
It has never been a better time than now for gyms to take advantage of the subscription-based membership model, but in order for their members to continue getting value from their memberships, it is important that they are provided with the convenience and consistency that they expect. As a gym, or an influencer, finding a platform that works best for you can be tricky because of all the features you may be seeking.
In past years, the internationally recognized Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) convention has been hosted in numerous locations across the globe, including Beijing, Sydney, Paris, Halifax, London, and more. For 2021, Singapore was selected as the host city, with one big challenge: travel restrictions.
The world's first live stream is thought to have occurred on June 24, 1993. A band called Severe Tire Damage, made up of engineers and computer scientists from XEROX PARC, DEC Systems, and Apple were playing at XEROX PARC’s headquarters in Palo Alto.
Throughout the past year, everyone has been having to adjust in some shape or form. One of the biggest changes was switching to only using virtual platforms for work, school, and even social life. During this change, many began to experience what's called “Zoom Fatigue”.