Special guest post submitted by StreetJelly co-founder, Martina! HOW TO OPTIMIZE YOUR BROADCASTING AND VIEWING EXPERIENCE ON STREETJELLY StreetJelly offers multiple broadcasting options to accommodate various technical capabilities and preferences. Each broadcasting option is a different technology and requires certain
“Member Blog Series” guest post submitted by StreetJelly member: Vincent Hill 5 Useful tips you need to know before buying wireless headphones In this guide, we will take a look at some of the useful tips you really need to
Ever notice a live stream that has audio a little off from the video? We’ll help you fix that when broadcasting with OBS Studio. You often hear audio issues called “lag.” However, that term gets confusing since many people use
Special post by StreetJelly CEO and Founder: Frank Podlaha Happy Birthday, StreetJelly! It is with great honor that StreetJelly has reached its 5th year – uhh, its 5th Jellyversary! August 15th, 2012 StreetJelly launched the musician-first, online busking, website concept.
“Member Blog Series” guest post submitted by StreetJelly member: Vincent Hill 5 Best Music Android Apps of 2017 Modern day iPhones and android phones come with a lot of features such as stereo speakers, audio capabilities and Dolby Atmos support.
In April 2017, we sent out a survey to the streaming musicians that have used the WebRTC broadcasting method. The questions were simple, “did WebRTC work for you?” “What kind of browser / computer did you use?” And so on.
Special guest post submitted by StreetJelly veteran, Martina! Why using a certain browser can make all the difference between a fantastic broadcast and a rocky one. Recently, Firefox and Chrome browsers made significant technical changes by disallowing plugins. This will
Fighting WebRTC Audio Sync Issues Subtitle: Mainly with Chrome Audio Sync issues are when the audio and video get out of “lip-sync.” The sound does not line up with what you see. Many folks call it a “lag.” (We also
On March 7th, 2017, Firefox released browser version 52 that turns off all access to (npapi) plugins, except Flash. That’s a very loaded statement as it affects a huge amount of websites, systems, and people all over the world. This