If you’re ready to turn your livestreams into an engaging experience that converts, you’ve probably considered WebRTC and Livery. But which solution is the better choice to make it happen?
Here are the major differences between Livery and WebRTC for interactive live video:
WebRTC is a great technology if you require sub-second latency (think video conferencing, betting or purposes like remote surgery). However, in about 90% of all cases this is not really necessary and a latency of around three seconds is sufficient for a good user experience, especially in combination with syncing. If this also applies to your situation and you take into account the difference in costs, you might consider using Livery instead.