LAS VEGAS — SNR Productions has announced the release of one of the biggest software upgrades in its 12-year history, proactively discontinuing the streaming of cams using Adobe Flash in exchange for pure HTML streaming for both models and customers alike.
SNR Productions’ President Steve Ranieri told XBIZ the company is the first cam network to introduce the new technology, which offers low latency and echo cancellation, providing better quality streams, faster connections, and mobile flexibility.
“One of the coolest benefits of this adjustment is that we can now offer a FaceTime-like experience where customers can broadcast live video from their mobile device to a model,” Ranieri explains. “We’re the first cam site that has this capability. It’s very exciting!”
“The customer’s mobile experience is now drastically enhanced with the software update,” Ranieri adds. “Rather than typing from a phone or tablet, which can be cumbersome to do while interacting with a model on video, users can now cam to cam with a model making communication a breeze.”
Due to the newness of the technology, customers currently need to use Safari on iOS or Firefox on Android in order to broadcast from a mobile device. More browsers and operating systems are expected to adopt the new technology, allowing for increased compatibility in the future.
“Though the software is in its infancy stages, we saw an opportunity to capitalize on a new technology in order to be first to market,” Ranieri says. “This will be big for us.”
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