If you shoot video with the camera in your hands, every slight move you make is translated into change between frames. This makes the compression process very difficult and often results in blocky pixel movements on the streamed product. Try to shoot on a tripod.
Any of these camera movements results in changing picture between frames. The faster the movement â the more problematic. Visible picture degradation results. Do not even consider whip pans!
Make sure your background does not have a lot of busy movement or detail. Crowds of people or waving trees take a lot of compression and distract from the main picture content. Shoot people against a plain backdrop where possible.
Shoot closer than normal practice for television or video. Streamed video is shown in a window that is much smaller than a TV or computer monitor. The larger the image in the foreground, the clearer it will be. This leaves minimum of background image to overload the compression tool. The short depth of field also means that the background is blurred which has the visual effect of sharpening the foreground image.