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· 8 min read

Imagine engaging with GPT in your browser through voice alone, sharing this capability with friends, or accessing it from any location. Picture an AI assistant that makes learning spoken English enjoyable and straightforward, or that enables seamless conversation between you and a friend speaking a different language by translating everything instantly. Discover how to turn these exciting possibilities into reality!

· 7 min read

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In the dynamic world of live streaming, latency is a critical factor that can make or break the viewer experience. Traditionally, achieving low latency has been a challenge, especially when striving for broad compatibility across devices and platforms. This is where HLS comes into play, a widely adopted format known for its reliability and compatibility. However, HLS is often associated with higher latency about 30 seconds, which can be a drawback for real-time interactions.

· 4 min read

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Are you tired of struggling with complicated setups and technical jargon when trying to create a public internet WHIP service for OBS? Look no further! In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the process of effortlessly building your own WHIP service using the SRS Stack, all with just a single click. Say goodbye to the complexities of security, authentication, and WebRTC, and embrace the future of sub-second live streaming and seamless OBS-RTC room connections.

· 4 min read

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In this blog, we're diving into an exciting advancement in live streaming: using Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) to create real-time subtitles. Have you ever wondered how live streams can be more inclusive, especially for people with hearing disabilities or those who are non-native speakers? The answer lies in an innovative technology that’s reshaping how we experience live content.

· 4 min read

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HEVC, or H.265, can reduce bandwidth usage by about 50% compared to the widely used H.264 codec, which has the best compatibility. Over the past 10 years, HEVC has grown slowly because a new codec needs an ecosystem to support it, including decoders and device hardware. Now, both RTMP and FLV support HEVC in OBS and FFmpeg, which are the standard tools in the live streaming industry.

· 4 min read

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In today's digital world, live streaming has become an essential tool for businesses, content creators, and individuals alike. With the increasing number of viewers tuning in to watch live streams, it's crucial to optimize the streaming experience and cost for everyone, regardless of their internet speed or device capabilities. One effective way to achieve this is through live streaming transcoding, a process that can help reduce bandwidth and save costs without compromising on video quality. In this blog, we'll explore the benefits of using SRS Stack for efficient live streaming transcoding and how it can lead to significant cost savings.

· 5 min read

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Virtual live events refers to converting recorded video files, devices, or network streams into live broadcasts and pushing them to live streaming platforms. For example, in e-commerce live streaming, you can pre-record product explanations and demonstrations. In educational live streaming, you can pre-record lessons and play them in the live classroom. For online speeches and sharing, you can play pre-recorded content in the live room.

Virtual live events allows streamers to have plenty of preparation time, making the content more polished. It helps reduce anxiety for inexperienced streamers, prevents network issues, enables 24/7 live streaming, reaches a wider audience, and offers more possibilities for live broadcasts.