During a video or audio session, each user needs to both publish (upload their video/audio content), and subscribe (download video/audio content from the other users). Our Livestreaming partner charges for subscribed minutes – we don’t charge for published minutes. The total number
Scenario: If two people are connected in a video call, both publishing and subscribing to video from each other for one minute, would that be charged as two minutes?
Correct – Our Livestreaming partner charges for subscribed minutes (not published) so 2 subscribers equals 2 charged minutes for each elapsed minute of the session. The simple formula to apply when all users are publishing and subscribing is: for n participants, there
Scenario: If one person is publishing audio/video to 100 people, who are only subscribing to that stream, is that charged as 1 streaming minute or 100 streaming minutes?
As there are 100 subscribers, you would be charged for 100 subscribed minutes for each elapsed minute of published audio/video.
Composed archives Single MP4 file composed of all streams and it is ideal for instant playback Composition occurs while the session is in progress and composed file is available immediately after session is complete Layout of the composed archive can
Interactive Broadcast allows broadcasters to host an event and allow up to 3,000 participants to interact simultaneously in real time with minimal latency. As part of Interactive Broadcast, we offer Live Streaming, which allows users to stream to millions with