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The resolution refers to the number of pixels in width and height that make up a video image. So that from this “moving picture”, thus a film/video arise, the shown individual picture must be replaced e.g. 25 times in the second against a new one. The human eye takes this as a movement. In case you are looking for Crawford vs Khan tickets, then online streaming can help you.

The higher the resolution, the finer, more detailed and sharper the video stream can be. However, the data consumption of the current stream for Crawford vs Khan is high. The Internet connection at your location to send the videos to the streaming server “upload” as well as for the call to the viewer must be able to transmit a corresponding amount of data.

The camera used must enable the desired resolution in high image quality and the display to the viewer must also be able to display this resolution. Depending on the camera, use 25 or 30 frames per second (“fps” = frames per second). There are also 50 or 60 fps possible, but lead in about 10-20 percent of the audience devices but occasional jerks due to the performance of the hardware.

We’ll give you a lot of helpful tips when setting up your account, and we’ll also be happy to help and advise you on the best resolution, data rate and quality for your live broadcast (s).

4K live streams for Crawford vs Khan are currently of limited use due to the high data rates, the high load on the live encoder, etc. In addition, less than 1% of all PC users have so far over a screen with 4K resolution. Only 5-10% have a resolution above FullHD. These figures vary according to the technical survey and target group but are approximately representative in Germany for private computers. Commercially used workstation PCs is comparable. Smartphones often have higher screen resolutions in the upper classes, but these can be distinguished from the eye with a live stream but not from good FullHD quality.

Required and real existing speeds

In order for your live video to be displayed in good quality to the viewers, the video stream must be transmitted once through the bottleneck of your own Internet connection to the streaming server.

To watch the Crawford vs Khan On 20th April show without any interruption you need high-speed data. The required data rate is specified in “Kbps” or “Mbps”. You know this specification of DSL connections. For example, a “DSL 16000” port has a download rate of 16,000 Kbps and a typical upload speed for sending 2400 kbps data. At least on paper – in reality, less is often achieved.

Unfortunately, there are also fluctuations over hours or days on the existing line. 99% of the time this should be more or less constant.

The test of the Telekom (speedtest.t-online.de) is particularly helpful since one can observe here during the first 1-3 seconds of the execution, how uniformly the down and Upload takes place. It helps you to enjoy the CrawfordvsKhan free live stream without any kind of hassle.

Example from practice: the download ofCrawfordvsKhan May 20 tickets are quite constant, but the upload fluctuates between 6 and 16 MBit during the measurement. Here, the overall average of 9 Mbit / s as the result is not of interest for live streaming, but the lowest value of approx. 6 Mbit / s visible in the fluctuations.

Another limitation: unfortunately the results of a speed test are sometimes just wrong. If we measure the speed of one of our offices via Unity Media with a real 150 MBit / s Down and 12 Mbit / s Up, some tests sometimes show an upload of 580 MBit / s upload. Here we can only recommend conducting several tests with different speed test providers on a new or unknown line.

Technical subtleties:

Unfortunately, the package loss is more difficult to measure: lost data packets. It is “normal” both in one’s own network but especially on the Internet, that a data packet does not arrive, is requested again and then has to be sent again. When downloading the Crawford vs Khan data website via HTTP / HTTPS you do not notice this.

With shaky LTE connections or improperly installed SDSL leased lines (or cable breakage, unplug connected plugs, etc.), this can be a major problem for live streaming. Then you have a miserable line for live streaming despite good speed measurements. You can compensate for this in part by increasing the input buffer for the live stream data on the streaming server to re-request erroneous data packets, which helps much further.

For buying CrawfordvsKhan May 20 tickets,you required relevant “IP overhead”. In addition to the pure stream data that is encoded and sent in the live encoder, the protocol also consumes data at the same time. That is, instructions which data packets come now, the order, checksums, feedback that a packet has not arrived correctly and must be retransmitted, etc. In the next protocol layer, the same comes again for the underlying TCP / IP layer: data for packet descriptions, Checksums, feedback about packets to be retransmitted, etc. This is quite normal on the Internet and also applies to HTTP / HTTPS connections.

IP overhead for streaming daniel jacobs fight results: For IP overhead, subtract approximately 15-20% of the total data rate for a stable stream data rate. However, if the port can only upload 6 MBit / s at a total of 9 Mbps, then 6 Mbps minus 20% = 4.8 Mbps are available as data rate for the video stream (including audio). These 4800 Kbit / s are entered as the maximum value in the live encoder.

Additionally worth knowing:

A Wi-Fi connection should be avoided for streaming CrawfordvsKhan next fight if there are many people and therefore cell phones in the area during the transmission.

Are other devices connected to the same internet connection? It would be unfavorable for your upload data rate if someone in the same network is using the Internet in parallel or if a Windows or virus killer update is being downloaded unnoticed in the background or the mail server is transferring large mail attachments.

Some lines vary considerably. Then, during a live broadcast, you suddenly have twice or only half of the previously measured speed. If this is to be expected, the bitrate of the stream should be set as a precautionary measure with a high security buffer.

The quality of a mobile connection (e.g. 3 to 5 out of 5 bars on the phone screen) describes the connection between the device and the cell towers. Importantly, this does not say anything about how fast this mast connects to the internet. Example: You are in an exhibition center, in a convention hall or near a stadium. The connection from your cellphone or LTE router to the mast is perfect. That means on the phone you will see 5 out of 5 bars for perfect reception. But since hundreds of people in your area also use these masts, this may be overloaded and can transmit very little to no data despite good connection.

Live Stream data rates

How much data Crawford vs Khan live stream needs depends on two factors: the set resolution and the image content of your broadcast.


  • A 1080p “FullHD” resolution uses 1920×1080 pixels. So about 2 million pixels.
  • A 720p stream (1280x720px) has only about 1 million pixels.
  • A 360p stream (640x360px) has only 0.26 million pixels.

In order to clearly display these pixels with good image quality and sharpness even during movements, an ever higher data rate is required, the higher the resolution is selected.

Image content

Less moving content, such as a speaker against a calm background, requires significantly less data rate for a good image quality than a strongly moving content (football broadcast, a stage show, and transmissions from a moving car).

Extremely data-intensive are also fine details in the image that may even move (water with waves, a tree with moving leaves).

Depending on the resolution and image content, a stream for the same visual quality requires a different data rate.

Rough evidence of the data rate:

a) For a mediocre video quality with a 360p resolution, an upload data rate of about 500 Kbit / s (0.5 MBit per second) is needed.

b) With an upload data rate of 1000 Kbit / s (1 MBit / s) you can already achieve quite good image quality for 360p. For lectures, this may even 720p HD possible.

c) Live streams with fast image content and important small details (the ball must be easily recognizable in a football match at all times) should be transmitted at this upload data rate with a resolution of 360p if necessary.

d) Between 2000 and 3000 Kbit / s (2-3 Mbps) you can also transfer faster content in HD 720p. Ideal here would be data rate over 3000 Kbit / s.

e) For FullHD 1080p at least 2000 Kbit / s should be available for lectures and at least 5000 kbit / s for fast video content.

General Tip: We generally do not recommend using data rates higher than 6000 kbps (6 Mbps) for live content – and if you do, other smaller, lower data rate stream resolutions should be deployed in parallel.

Please keep in mind that the data must arrive at the viewer’s very quickly and without long caching. While a file stream can easily preload data here longer, this is more of a hindrance to live streams. It then comes quickly to reload interruptions, even if the audience uses a fast line.

Mobile transmission

The transmission or the data rates via 3G / UMTS or LTE is very good today! With good reception at the transmission location, UMTS often provides a very good upload rate of over 1000 Kbit / s. LTE again significantly more.

However, you should keep in mind that the connection capacity a) depends on the respective location and b) may decrease if many users also use the radio cell with their smartphones in the vicinity for example, in a stadium or on a fairground. Because in this case, not only the transmission speed of the mobile device to the radio mast is crucial, but in locations with many users also decides the connection of the radio mast – with which speed this is connected to the Internet.

You can test the upload speed with apps on your mobile phone. An app would be e.g.” Speedtest” (for iOS, for Android). If you are using a UMTS / LTE router with access via a PC, you can use this website for testing.

Satellite transmission

Meanwhile, satellite connections have become affordable. For example, some providers offer an upload of over 5,000 Kbit / s from almost every punk in Europe as a flat rate for about 90 euros per month. All you need is an aligned satellite dish with satellite modem (300 euros).

Please note:

a) For some providers, guaranteed line speed can be booked for a fee. For others, all currently active users (via the satellite) share the total available capacity.

b) In heavy rain or snow, the connection will be impaired or break completely.

c) If you want to carry the satellite dish mobile and set it up at the place of transmission, the view must be clear from this place in a fixed direction. Here then neither buildings nor trees may stand.

If a higher budget is available, a rented satellite car is an option. Here we work with booked capacities, much higher data rates and higher transmission power, thus compensating for points a) and b).

There are several reasons for this: protection of one’s own identity during streaming or access to content that is geographically blocked. Both reasons are annoying for the users, as they can often also relate to regular content and the users can never be sure whether they can devote themselves to the enjoyment of the content, even without the risk of warnings.

In many cases, however, VPN services can offer more security.

Streaming of copyrighted content

While there are clear frameworks governing access to copyrighted content on the Internet, many questions remain open. Users who are aware that they are infringing rights by viewing copyrighted content also always act in a gray area. On the one hand, these contents are easy to reach even without registration or payment in many cases, on the other hand, it is also obvious that new series cannot be made readily available without payment. Nevertheless, it is difficult for the individual user to see which content he can now view without infringing on rights. In order to escape this circumstance, many also use VPN services and use VPN servers which are located in neighboring countries.

However, if a user uses a VPN service, their correct identity or IP address is no longer traceable. Only the IP address of the VPN site appears. If this location is located in another country (e.g. Russia) it is no longer possible to locate the user by civil law. Corresponding requests for information fail on the basis of legal framework conditions and can therefore be described as “impossible”.