Current video conferencing solutions are not well-suited for live co-creation of artistic production. Different participants experiencing a different level of connection lag can lead to synchronization problems that negatively affect the quality of the co-produced experience.
This disclosure describes techniques that enable a group of users participating in an online conference to produce co-created experiences, such as a music production co-created by artists in a band connecting from separate physical locations. When recording, the videoconference is switched to a stream that follows an order mutually agreed upon by the group. Users can add their individual pieces when the stream is switched to them that are mixed to create a unified production that can be streamed to an online audience and/or recorded for future use.
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Martensson, Viktor and Faralli, Nicolas, "Sequential Stream Ordering for Live Co-creation in Online Video Conferences", Technical Disclosure Commons, (December 19, 2021)