A constant challenge when bringing in multiple contributors over the Internet for your remote broadcasts has been dealing with both video and audio sync issues due to any number of variables. If video is not synchronized, switching between cameras can result in issues such as input lag and lip-sync delay that is extremely noticeable for viewers.
LiveX is thrilled to bring the ability to use Haivision Stream Sync to the desktop versions of our remote contribution app, Rivet. Keeping multiple cameras in sync while streaming over IP networks has always been a considerable challenge, one that utilizing Haivision Stream Sync with Rivet can help to overcome. Keeping live video and audio in sync while streaming over IP networks has always been a considerable challenge, one that we think utilizing Haivision Stream Sync with Rivet can help start to solve. NTP lets you automatically sync your system time with a remote server. NTP also keeps the clocks on several machines in sync, thus making it easier to match log entries for an event across multiple servers.
You can read more in Haivision's white paper about synchronizing sources over the Internet.