Video: CMAF with ByteRange – A Unified & Efficient Solution for Low Latency Streaming – The Broadcast Knowledge

 

Apple’s LL-HLS protocol is the most recent technology offering to deliver low-latency streams of just 2 or 3 seconds to the viewer. Before that, CMAF which is built on MPEG DASH also enabled low latency streaming. This panel with Ateme, Akamai and THEOplayer asks how they both work, their differences and also maps out a way to deliver both at once covering the topic from the perspective of the encoder manufacturer, the CDN and the player client.

Source: Video: CMAF with ByteRange – A Unified & Efficient Solution for Low Latency Streaming – The Broadcast Knowledge