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Help Center> Live> User Guide> Playback Configurations> Configuring the Stream Latency
Updated at: Mar 31, 2022 GMT+08:00

Configuring the Stream Latency

By default, the latency using the Live service is 2 seconds. You can change the latency on the console.

Notes

  • You can configure the latency for RTMP and HTTP-FLV streams of the live app on the console. To configure the latency for other apps, submit a service ticket.
  • The keyframe interval cannot be greater than the configured latency. The actual latency is affected by factors such as the network status of the player.
  • After the stream latency is modified, you need to push the stream again for the modification to take effect.

Prerequisites

  • The ingest domain name and streaming domain name have been added and associated.
  • CNMAE records have been added to your domains' DNS records.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Live console.
  2. In the navigation pane, choose Domains.
  3. Click Settings in the row containing the target streaming domain name.
  4. In the navigation pane, choose Template Settings > Latency.
  5. Click Edit in the Operation column.

    Figure 1 Modification

  6. On the page displayed, reconfigure the latency.

    The default latency is 2 seconds. Change it to your desired latency.

    Figure 2 Modifying the latency

  7. Click OK.

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