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Living As One streams to Facebook

Living As One streams to Facebook

Living As One streams to Facebook

Live streaming solutions provider Living As One, which specialises in services for houses of worship, has announced that users can now stream from its Cloud Web Platform to Facebook in 1080p with stereo audio. More than 150 of its customers trialled the functionality during a private beta before general release.

Earlier in 2019, Living As One released YouTube Live streaming capabilities to ensure reliable, high-quality transmission to the service. Now, the same technology has been used for streaming on Facebook Live. The company promises network-resilient and error-free video contribution when live streaming to the social network, even factoring in the unpredictability of the public internet. Living As One’s cloud server reportedly requests that an encoder resends any lost data until it has a perfect copy of the feed before pushing it to the web and social channels, therefore delivering a clear and smooth live streaming experience.

‘Video buffering and glitches create a bad viewer experience and are a major barrier to engagement,' said Alex Cvitanovic, production director at Church of the King, located just outside New Orleans. ‘Living As One removed these barriers for us by providing a perfect, glitch-free stream that is immersive, high-quality, and incredibly easy to set up and automate. In fact, since we turned on streaming with Living As One, we haven’t had any streaming or buffering complaints from our viewers.’

‘Living As One’s Web Platform has enabled organisations to take advantage of reliable, high-quality streaming in order to boost their online engagement, reduce streaming complaints, and increase viewer retention,’ said Paul Martel, CEO at Living As One. ‘We are now excited to power the same level of resiliency to Facebook with exceptional 1080p resolution, providing an unmatched streaming experience to the social platform.’

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