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In the first installment of our “The Pillars of Video Performance’ series, we look into exactly what buffering is, why it happens and what the best services in the industry like to see when they look at their buffer ratio. This includes the crucial metrics and KPIs to track in order to understand where buffering is coming from, the impact of high buffer ratios on total playtime as well as how this can be monitored and controlled in order to boost QoE and stop user churn.

Joaquin De Miguel on February 12th 2019

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