We recently added a Low Latency option on our v3 Live Event API to bring latency down to 8-10 seconds e2e.
See the blog post here – https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/what-s-new-in-azure-media-services-video-processing/
We will begin work next on Ultra Low Latency ( and CMAF low latency) which is targeted at 2s range, but keep in mind tha latencies down at that level do not scale well to large audiences with high stability at the client side. Client side still needs to maintain about a 1 second buffer for the stream to stay stable.Jason Suess commented
Disco Dave, is it possible for you to change the title of this request to something like "Low latency live streaming". I think more of the folks here will more easily understand your request and we (the product team) will be able to get a better idea of how many customers have this same request.
37 votesplanned · 2 comments · Azure Media Services » Encoding and Processing · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Jason Suess commented
I'm assuming you need file based (VOD) encoding but want to confirm