At Ustream, we’re laser-focused on providing the best experience for our users. Mobile broadcasters are increasingly growing by the numbers, and today, we’ve released a major update to the Android user app.
What’s new for the global users?
- Users can now manage their own recorded videos (edit title, edit description, edit privacy, play, delete, share)
- They can also title their broadcasts (as long as the channel is live)
- Additionally — and most notably — users can broadcast in “high quality” (640×360, active by default) and “HD” (1280×720) on enabled devices
You may have noticed that we’ve also just partnered with Verizon Wireless
We’re proud to announce that Ustream’s Annual Report of 2013 has been selected as the Site of the Day by the Awwwards.com jury.
But, what is Awwwards exactly, and why do we care about winning this award?
“The awards recognize the talent and effort of the best web designers, developers and agencies in the world. Their mission is to discover, recognize, and promote these talents and their efforts of creating a unique digital experiences that are useful, innovative, intuitive, and beautiful.”
Did you know that Facebook’s Like button was conceived as part of a hackathon? Or that Twitter and GroupMe both originated in hackathons? Yes, many great companies and ideas have been born on through these special events, and I’m proud to introduce that Ustream hosting our first internal hackathon this week.
But what the heck is a hackathon exactly and why is it important for companies?
Well, it can take many forms, but in a nutshell,
Looking for some tips to combat broadcast delays caused from streaming? Plagued by audio and syncing issues and need some help? Buffering got you down?
Join us as one of our Customer Success reps focuses on how to tackle some of the most common issues our broadcasters face. The advice is broken into four parts, each focused toward tackling top issues related to live video streaming. Use the navigation below to jump to a particular issue, including tackling the general equipment workflow. If you are looking for more in-depth studio setups, though, please reference our Video Studio Recommendations white paper.