A Broadpeak and THEO Technologies Initiative

Multicast ABR, Low Latency CMAF, CTE and Optimized Video Playback

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  • Learn about the delivery of HTTP-based video within 3 seconds
  • HTTP 1.1's Chunked Transfer Encoding (CTE) mechanism

A Broadpeak and THEO Technologies Initiative

Written by Jonathan Tombes

Multicast ABR, Low Latency CMAF, CTE and Optimised Video Playback

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  • Learn about the delivery of HTTP-based video within 3 seconds
  • HTTP 1.1's Chunked Transfer Encoding (CTE) mechanism

Reducing Latency

The rise of live online video has made latency a hot topic in the streaming video world. For live online video, standard implementations of Adaptive Bit Rate (ABR) streaming, also known as HTTP Adaptive Streaming (HAS), can range between 30 and 45 seconds. So, how can you go below that...

Get answers to questions such as:

  • The difference between IPTV and Unicast ABR
  • How to minimise latency; what are the tradeoffs you need to consider?
  • A view of the future of live streaming
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We see more vendors picking up Chunked CMAF end-to-end, including encoders, packagers, CDNs and players.

Pieter-Jan Speelmans, CTO THEO Technologies
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