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Live streaming technology is often employed to relay live events such as sports, concerts and more generally TV and Radio programmes that are output live.Often shortened to just streaming, live streaming is the process of transmitting media 'live' to computers and devices.

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In this case we are using static media to describe media that is represented by a file, whether it be an mp3 or webm file.This file sits on a server and can be delivered — like most other files — to the browser. Live streamed media lacks a finite start and end time as rather than a static file, it is a stream of data that the server passes on down the line to the browser and is often adaptive (see below).Usually we require different formats and special server-side software to achieve this.One of the main priorities for live streaming is to keep the player synchronized with the stream: adaptive streaming is a technique for doing this in the case of low bandwith.The idea is that the data transfer rate is monitored and if it looks like it's not keeping up, we drop down to a lower bandwidth (and consequently lower quality) stream.

In order to have this capability, we need to use formats that facilitate this.

Live streaming formats generally allow adaptive streaming by breaking streams into a series of small segments and making those segments available at different qualities and bit rates.

Streaming technology is not used exclusively for live streams.

It can also be used instead of the traditional progressive download method for Audio and Video on demand: There are several advantages to this: While static media is usually served over HTTP, there are several protocols for serving adaptive streams; let's take a look at the options.

For now HTTP is by far the most commonly supported protocol used to transfer media on demand or live.

Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) is a proprietary protocol developed by Macromedia (now Adobe) and supported by the Adobe Flash plugin.