How much connection do I need to watch the transmissions?

This doubt is quite recurring. Basically, two factors can influence the performance of the transmission, the capacity of your connection, and the distance/overhead of the source servers.

Ability of your connection

Each transmission requires a varied connection speed, some may require only 0, 15MBps (that is, 150KBps) while others require 2MBps or more. The higher the image quality, the greater the connection speed required. As the site Tecnomundo explains, the speed you hired from your carrier is different from your actual download speed. Simply put, you should split your connection speed contracted by 8 to reach your connection speed in bytes, for example, if you own 10MB of contracted speed, in theory you can make downloads at a speed of up to 1, 25MBps.

Based on this, check out the examples below:

Contracted connection: 1MB
Download speed: 125KBps
Details: You can listen to radios. You can watch a few video streams, probably with some crashes.

Contracted connection: 2MB
Download speed: 300KBps
Details: You can listen to radios and watch some transmissions, probably still with some crashes.

Contracted connection: 5MB
Download speed: 625KBps
Details: Can watch most of the channels, some may have crashes yet.

Contracted connection: 10MB
Download speed: 1, 25MBps
Details: You can watch most of the channels, few with crashes.

Contracted connection: 15Mb
Download speed: 1, 875MBps
Details: You can watch most of the channels, few with crashes.

Contracted connection: 30Mb
Download speed: 3, 75MBps
Details: You can watch any broadcast.

 

Distance and overhead of source servers

Each broadcast is originated on a different server, they can be fast servers from a large company or bad servers offered by some free broadcast service. If the transmission server in question is beyond his capacity, it won’t do any good to make your connection fast.

This is a little predictable factor, so our tip is: If your transmission is locking, just stay calm and experiment with another.

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