Dolby On now supports live-streaming on Android

A couple of months ago, Dolby introduced its Dolby On app for Android, also adding Twitch integration for its iOS app. Now, the company is going for feature parity between the two platforms, as it's adding live-streaming to the Android app.

There are two ways that you can use the new live-streaming feature. First is through the native Twitch integration, and the other is through RTMP (real-time messaging protocol). To use the latter, you just have to choose the "paste your own URL" option, and then you can use it to connect to YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, and more.

The whole idea behind Dolby On is to let users record or stream video with the best possible audio quality. As Dolby puts it, "The value of camera quality at the moment of capture is well understood, but quality audio is often left to postproduction editing to create “good” sound." With Dolby On, it automatically adjusts things like noise reduction by doing a sound check in a countdown before the video starts recording or streaming.

The Dolby On app is free, and for the Android version, the update is available now and you can get it from the Google Play Store here.

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