I think its to show that they are working diffrentley to content creators and to try new things if it stays like this in the long run we can not seeStill trying to figure out more about this service. Why is it different from the others, such as Twitch, Youtube and Facebook?
Ya, to use that app the way I want to, I would need to pay for the service...I'm not there yet...as Restream is for free and I'm streaming to about 5-6 other services at the same time with no issues. I was never on Mixer, but it doesn't hurt to try.You can multi-stream using the aircast service i believe it's called. I know there is a way to multistream, but you do also have to realize Glimesh is still in alpha, it's still growing and having functionality added to it all the time.
When you say no delay, are you meaning just interaction with the chat, or with the stream itself. I ask because if thats the case and they have a multi stream feature, that would be great simultaneously.The main difference is the no delay and the community and everyone gets a sub button. There aren't many features right now cause it's still in alpha. I love it cause it feels like mixer as far as community goes. With the lack of Xbox direct streaming
The main take away is that the stream is basically real-time so when people in chat post, the streamer is able to react or talk about that post right then. Many have tried their hand on Twitch or other platforms after Mixer was murdered and weren't able to grow a community. With Glimesh, that feeling is there in a way that people felt during the Beam/Mixer days.Still trying to figure out more about this service. Why is it different from the others, such as Twitch, Youtube and Facebook?
both. low latency or sub second delay on both the stream and chat.When you say no delay, are you meaning just interaction with the chat, or with the stream itself. I ask because if thats the case and they have a multi stream feature, that would be great simultaneously.