Live video is becoming more and more practical and widely used. Consumer demand for live video is growing as streaming becomes more and more mainstream. Businesses require live video in the digital era because, according to 75 percent of CEOs, video conference calls will completely replace audio-only conference meetings, and 70 percent of workers work remotely at least some of the time. Similar to this, 45 percent of teams utilize video calling tools weekly, and 43 percent of both in-house and remote teams use video conferencing software.
Since the human brain processes visuals 60,000 times quicker than text, the capacity of live video is crucial to impacting various sectors outside live meetings. Effective live video does, however, come with several technical challenges. Inconsistent bandwidth, unpredictable video quality, encoding issues, secure privacy, device incompatibilities, and inadequate user interfaces can annoy users. Similarly, poor live video results in time loss due to long loading prior to meetings, and reliance on numerous live video platforms, hinders live video use.
With its patented single stream technology, eyeson, which removes the difficulties preventing effective streaming, might be considered the future of live video. While maintaining GDPR compliance, eyeson offers consistent meetings with low bandwidth, integrated cloud processing, and no tracking or data mining. Eyeson addresses the difficulties associated with live video and making it simple to create meetings, live streaming, and more.