Streaming live video is the future of the internet, and it is simpler than ever to get on board. Media were usually delivered over non-streaming channels, such as by downloading a digital file from a remote server and then saving it to a local drive on the end user’s computer or storing it as a digital file and playing it back from CD-ROMs.
Microsoft first developed a media player known as ActiveMovie in 1995 that allowed streaming media and included a proprietary streaming format. In June 1999 Apple also introduced a streaming media format in its QuickTime 4 application. It was later also widely adopted on websites along with RealPlayer and Windows Media streaming formats. The competing formats on websites required each user to download the respective applications for streaming and resulted in many users having to have all three applications on their computer for general compatibility.
Around 2002, the interest in a single, unified, streaming format and the widespread adoption of Adobe Flash prompted the development of a video streaming format through Flash, which is the format used in Flash-based players on many popular video hosting sites today such as YouTube.
Live streaming, which refers to content delivered live over the Internet, requires a form of source media (e.g. a video camera, an audio interface, screen capture software), an encoder to digitize the content, a media publisher, and a content delivery network to distribute and deliver the content. Live streaming begins with action captured by your camera. There are a variety of cameras you can use to stream via from television production-quality cameras to simple, hand-held video cameras or camcorders. The live video captured by your camera is passed over a cable to an encoder. The source of the signal should be compatible with the encoder. In order to stream live from your webcam, you will need to sign up with a streaming host. The host will provide the bandwidth that will allow you to share your stream with others.
Many of them allow you to stream without having to worry about installing an encoder. Live streaming can commence by outputting feeds from servers, satellite trucks, or DVD players. The important requirement is that feeds from other devices need to be output into the encoder either directly or through a captured card. Here is a new twist to the concept of live streaming.
Weloop glasses lets users search and watch interesting live streams, recorded videos from friends, people doing cool things, and others in the weloop community. Along with that it shares users point-of-view instantly with other people via mobile phone app. Every stream gets recorded so both the user can re-watch it post live streaming.
Everything can be controlled over the phone. Pair with their glasses an user gets to set who it can be shared with, titles, hash-tags, and existing social networks.
It comes in 2 styles, smooth black with sunglass lenses, or black tortoise with clear lenses. All lenses are replaceable, you can order an extra set of lenses, or even use your own prescription lenses.
Simply visit any nearest eyeglass store to put in custom lenses.
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