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Maximizing Quality Up Front

Any problem your viewers have is a problem you have. One survey showed that 62 percent of viewers are likely to view a brand more negatively if they publish a poor quality video.
Before describing how to improve quality, we need to define two different types of quality issues. There are those you can control, and those you can’t.
As a broadcaster, you can control the initial quality: quality in. However, you don’t have much control over the viewer. They may simply have a slow internet connection or an outdated device. There isn’t much you can do to help them.
Viewers don’t like to watch poor quality video. 


Cell phone cameras usually provide a poor-quality video. And older cameras may have low resolution and poor image processing. As the saying goes, garbage in, garbage out. That’s especially true in low light. If your original recording is poor quality, there is nothing you can do to fix it. Therefore, using a good quality camera will provide the best possible image at the very beginning of your broadcast. There’s no excuse for not using a full HD or 4K camera in 2019 and beyond.

Test Thoroughly

This isn’t a technical recommendation. However, skipping testing is a bad idea. Streaming video has a lot of moving parts. We recommend you engage in thorough testing before launching your content. This could look like:

Test video embed on your website. Does everything look correct?
If using multi-bitrate streaming, test video quality at different bitrate levels. Are different levels available and viewable?
Test videos on both slow and fast internet connections. If buffering minimal?
Conduct a test transitioning from fast to slow internet.

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