New Features

Desktop Recorder

Real-Time Streaming

Travis Brown

Head of Developer Relations

Today’s new version of the Desktop Recorder contains a big new feature: Ultra Low Latency Streaming. With less than a second of latency, Ultra Low Latency is perfect for situations where you are communicating in real-time with viewers. It’s a perfect fit for live build reviews, content review sessions, and other use cases that benefit from immediate interaction.

Today’s new version of the Desktop Recorder contains a big new feature: Ultra Low Latency Streaming. With less than a second of latency, Ultra Low Latency is perfect for situations where you are communicating in real-time with viewers. It’s a perfect fit for live build reviews, content review sessions, and other use cases that benefit from immediate interaction.

Today’s new version of the Desktop Recorder contains a big new feature: Ultra Low Latency Streaming. With less than a second of latency, Ultra Low Latency is perfect for situations where you are communicating in real-time with viewers. It’s a perfect fit for live build reviews, content review sessions, and other use cases that benefit from immediate interaction.

In the Desktop Recorder you will now see a new dropdown menu to select the latency mode, as either Low or Ultra Low. Select Ultra Low whenever you need real-time interaction with your viewers. While Low Latency is the default setting and more than sufficient for most streaming scenarios at the best quality; Ultra Low Latency is the best option for when real-time interaction is required.

For more information, check out our dedicated help article.

In the Desktop Recorder you will now see a new dropdown menu to select the latency mode, as either Low or Ultra Low. Select Ultra Low whenever you need real-time interaction with your viewers. While Low Latency is the default setting and more than sufficient for most streaming scenarios at the best quality; Ultra Low Latency is the best option for when real-time interaction is required.

For more information, check out our dedicated help article.

In the Desktop Recorder you will now see a new dropdown menu to select the latency mode, as either Low or Ultra Low. Select Ultra Low whenever you need real-time interaction with your viewers. While Low Latency is the default setting and more than sufficient for most streaming scenarios at the best quality; Ultra Low Latency is the best option for when real-time interaction is required.

For more information, check out our dedicated help article.