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The Root of Event Streaming in Covid19 Tough Times



Capturing real-time drama has always been part of daily human life since primordial times. Ancient Greece had many theaters that hosted events like wrestling, bullfighting and the finest of all voices that could present their sweet melodies on those stages. Other than an expected economic recession, the year 2020 falls in the middlemost considerable technological invention where onscreen live event streams during covid have colonized both the entertainment and enterprise sectors. Was it not for covid19 involuntary lockdown? No man could've ever thought of substituting coast-to-coast action with online stuff.

Early stages of video conferencing.
It's clear as white snow that the event streams during covid has traveled a long way on a sunny day. But the past three decades modern version of video conferencing boosted by the internet has evolved a lot to suit the need to connect.

The early invention can be traced back to industrial times where there was a need to communicate over long distances. The first concept of video conferencing came into existence in the 1870s. During the industrial era, any nonliving thing that produced sound was likely to be explored by curious engineers. Audio devices were born as a result of one man's curiosity- Thomas Edison. It will be 30years later before a telephone company can transmit audio signals.

Germany 1930, a decade after WW1 ended, the first still photos were transmitted. AT&T. Company used telephone lines to send still photos. Though they were primitive images, the engineer had something to smile too. Telephone booths and post offices were leading receivers.

Computer era
It took more than 50years for engineers to unfold the real action. People were not even tired of using telephone booths invented in the 19th century before computerization began. Some call it the computer era, but the computer was an absolute marvel in a real sense. It enlightened many people.

This is the time when widespread video conferencing began. Transmitting video images became practical for both personal and commercial use. Some components used were video codecs along with broadband ISDN. Mobile phones were later introduced as resulting in sudden fuel up by live event streaming.

Offline cameras recorded videos, and users had to upload them into the correct channel through which they will use to send them. To call live recording as a live event, they had to use everything in real-time. Web cameras made their way into universities as a form of a sophisticated surveillance system. The webcam was connected with other devices in communication—a useful tool in live event streaming.

IP world
Internet protocol is an essential aspect of online communication. The world first witnessed the rise of IP in the early '90s, a time when almost every young person had fallen in love with RnB. With a lot of socialization going down, IP was nothing but everything communication needed. Personal computers were the first client to employ the services of the internet protocol.

In 1993, companies started adopting software which will later be useful in computerization. The computer's software is like neurons in the human body; it is like the lifeblood of modern computers. The first personal computer to use invisible technology was tested using video streaming services.

Software event streaming
Nowadays, the software is the lifeline of any communication needs. Software is used from recording meeting proceedings to remind members to attend a scheduled meeting. The software was introduced as a cheaper alternative for other forms of videoconferencing.

In 1993, in the middle of the personal computer, the software used audio- less PC. Since then, it was time for highly priced conference rooms for hire to exit the market. Many personal computers were equipped with windows and mac operating systems, which was advantageous because most software was adaptive. Developers had designed teleconferencing software with deadly flexibility that it could fit in any computer.

As developers continued to arch out technology, video conferencing usage continued to surge. Today, with the invention of high-speed broadband and fiber-optic network, teleconferencing has saved many companies from economic downfall. Event streaming during covid is one resilience businesses that have appreciated these beautiful services and protected many from the wrath of covid19.

Cloud-based event streaming.
Cloud computing is one of the most resilient technologies in obnoxious situations caused by covid19. Invented in the 2000s cloud-based computing enabled people to socialize through gaming. As many of the users appreciate it, cloud-based event streams during covid have two main advantages.

Users don't need to buy new hardware every periodical time, like one or two years. This is quite helpful in these awful situations where many streets are ruled by total lockdown; hence, there is no need to run to the nearest outlet.

• With cloud-based conferencing services, users can use any device as long it's connected to an internet connection.

• Live event streaming during covid participants can advocate for the long road teleconferencing frontiers have managed to bring such technology into their houses in these dreadful situations. Other than ensuring the safety of everyone, event streaming has many advantages.

Travel reduction
Travel industry is one of the most lucrative businesses in the world. They have been the worst hit since lockdown began in late 2019. Live event streaming has reduced traveling. Videoconferencing is one of the effective ways of cutting transport costs. Many people agree in unison that teleconferencing is a real savior.

Travel reduction has helped many countries to curb the spread of covid19. Indoor and silent lifestyles were negative reparations of such bans, but the new normal took over with time. Event streaming brought life back; entertainment was obtained at the doorstep of every citizen.

Mobile collaboration
Only college students understand how tiresome it's carrying a laptop. Teleconferencing has enabled the collaboration of such service providers with mobile phones. Such partnerships result smoothly and efficiently to use live event streaming software on portable devices.

Portable devices are not only cool to carry around, but they are also easy to manipulate. Entertainment involves hyper activities that stimulate the body and brain. It will be better if one uses simple devices to avoid missing live action. Right action is always short-lived; don't miss such moments.

Live event streams during covid have come a long way, and from technological projections, there are still many new packets. Stay connected for some live action.










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