UNDERSTANDING THE LATENCY SETTINGS ON THE WMT UNITS

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UNDERSTANDING THE LATENCY SETTINGS ON THE WMT UNITS

Post by Sam on Wed Nov 13, 2013 3:58 am

It is important that everyone understand the latency settings on the WMT. As you know, there are 5 settings and each as a place for demos and for customers. Please see the summary below:

1. ULTRA LOW (< 1 sec) - This is generally used for audio but it is possible that it may work in the LTE++ with good bandwidth
2. VERY LOW (1.8 sec) - This is considered glass-to-glass industry standard and we promote this as live-to-air of 1.5 sec
3. LOW (2.8 sec) - This is promoted as 2.5 to 3 sec delay
4. MEDIUM (5 sec)
5. HIGH (10 sec)

Please note and understand these settings as it is important for you to communicate the proper information to existing and future customers.



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Post by shashi sharma on Sat Nov 16, 2013 12:21 pm

Dear Sir

I also need to know one more thing that when we route the video to netherlands firstly and then show in our client end at that time what is the latency .

My Means to say that some time client ask we need take two output in different locations then what is the Latency.

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Re: UNDERSTANDING THE LATENCY SETTINGS ON THE WMT UNITS

Post by Admin on Sat Nov 16, 2013 9:00 pm

If there will be routing through Netherland Server then the latency will increase

The delay will depend on the availability of Bandwidth at Netherland Server

This will not increase latency much but actual duration will be depending upon the bandwidth availability in that duration

You can check the same also

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