The worst thing in streaming workflow is postprocessing. After successful live event delivery, recorded event should be available for viewers ASAP. My CDN records all incoming streams, my encoder (Tricaster) does beautiful job in terms of compression (720p/1Mb/s stream looks perfect). I can publish archive in seconds after end of live event.
Unfortunately, I have not seen any event starting right on time, there is always few minutes of waiting and chaos (streamed/recorded), and audio level is always variable. Voices are different, mics are different, recorded audio is not perfect.
This is curated techno links repository for myself. I am putting there links to projects (mostly fee and opensource) related to video engineering.
Mirów Castle (Polish: Zamek w Mirowie) is a 14th-century castle, now ruined, located in the Mirów village, Silesian Voivodeship, Poland. It changed owners multiple times, and was finally abandoned in 1787.
Main studio of Radio PiN in Warsaw
Nicely equipped photographic studio with octa, three different fresnel reflectors and generators.
Fullstack multimedia expert seeking new opportunities in multimedia areas. Built low cost virtual studios. Introduced commercial live streaming as a content to large Polish web sites. Created and managed large scale live events from around Europe. Internet video development expert. Newtek video mixers expert. Former photography evangelist for Olympus. Developed first Polish CD-ROM lexicon in mid 90’s. DTP and imaging technologies master. Certified Newtek Operator TriCaster 410/460/860/8000 (2014)