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CloakAndDapper
7/27/2019 8:54:28 PM
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Lower latency option?
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i am interested in knowing what the latency is between the streamer and viewer on DLive?Also, would it be possible to have an lower latency option available, in the future?
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Stryker.The.Redneck
12/2/2019 1:54:50 PM
Yes, It can be very difficult to chat with your viewers about what one's doing with these terrible delays!
dakumauler
9/15/2019 3:15:41 PM
i agree as a creator its hard to wait the roughly 15 sec's to let them hear what i said. it breaks up the stream abit.
DigIntoEverything
8/22/2019 2:01:35 AM
At the very least rival twitch's low latency mode. But hopefully use the faster than light protocol that mixer uses for less than 1 second delay. It is very difficult to keep stream interactive with a 10-20 second delay. You basically have to say something like a question, wait 10-20 seconds and then get answers or messages in chat. That is very immersion breaking.