Alternatives to Bitmovin logo

Alternatives to Bitmovin

JW Player, Zencoder, Wowza, videojs, and Amazon Elastic Transcoder are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Bitmovin.
5
13
+ 1
0

What is Bitmovin and what are its top alternatives?

It provides adaptive streaming infrastructure for video publishers and integrators. Fastest cloud encoding and HTML5 Player, play Video Anywhere.
Bitmovin is a tool in the Media Transcoding category of a tech stack.
Bitmovin is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here鈥檚 a link to Bitmovin's open source repository on GitHub

Bitmovin alternatives & related posts

JW Player logo

JW Player

11
10
0
11
10
+ 1
0
The solution for seamless video playback across browsers
    Be the first to leave a pro
    JW Player logo
    JW Player
    VS
    Bitmovin logo
    Bitmovin
    Zencoder logo

    Zencoder

    25
    19
    10
    25
    19
    + 1
    10
    Cloud-based video and audio encoding product suite
    Zencoder logo
    Zencoder
    VS
    Bitmovin logo
    Bitmovin

    related Zencoder posts

    Alex Wendland
    Alex Wendland
    CTO at Luminopia | 9 upvotes 156K views

    We were looking for a versatile #MediaTranscoding service for #video to convert TV shows and movies from large content providers into web #VideoStreaming formats. These content providers gave us files ranging from Apple ProRes to h.264, with file sizes from 1 GB to 100 GB, and we needed a tool that could cope with all of it. We looked at Amazon Elastic Transcoder and Zencoder, and eventually chose @Zencoder because it had support for every format we needed, good handling of sound channel remapping, and a clear UI with fast processing times. We automated our usage with it by writing a simple Python script to interact with it's API, and hosted the input and output AV files on Amazon S3, which it could easily talk to. So far we've converted 15 TB representing several thousand files using the service and are quite happy!

    See more
    Wowza logo

    Wowza

    22
    28
    0
    22
    28
    + 1
    0
    A customizable live streaming platform
      Be the first to leave a pro
      Wowza logo
      Wowza
      VS
      Bitmovin logo
      Bitmovin

      related Wowza posts

      We would like to connect a number of (about 25) video streams, from an Amazon S3 bucket containing video data to endpoints accessible to a Docker image, which, when run, will process the input video streams and emit some JSON statistics.

      The 25 video streams should be synchronized. Could people share their experiences with a similar scenario and perhaps offer advice about which is better (Wowza, Amazon Kinesis Video Streams) for this kind of problem, or why they chose one technology over the other?

      The video stream duration will be quite long (about 8 hours each x 25 camera sources). The 25 video streams will have no audio component. If you worked with a similar problem, what was your experience with scaling, latency, resource requirements, config, etc.?

      See more
      videojs logo

      videojs

      74
      16
      0
      74
      16
      + 1
      0
      Open source library for working with video
        Be the first to leave a pro
        videojs logo
        videojs
        VS
        Bitmovin logo
        Bitmovin
        Amazon Elastic Transcoder logo

        Amazon Elastic Transcoder

        83
        79
        0
        83
        79
        + 1
        0
        Media transcoding in the cloud using Amazon EC2
          Be the first to leave a pro
          Amazon Elastic Transcoder logo
          Amazon Elastic Transcoder
          VS
          Bitmovin logo
          Bitmovin

          related Amazon Elastic Transcoder posts

          Alex Wendland
          Alex Wendland
          CTO at Luminopia | 9 upvotes 156K views

          We were looking for a versatile #MediaTranscoding service for #video to convert TV shows and movies from large content providers into web #VideoStreaming formats. These content providers gave us files ranging from Apple ProRes to h.264, with file sizes from 1 GB to 100 GB, and we needed a tool that could cope with all of it. We looked at Amazon Elastic Transcoder and Zencoder, and eventually chose @Zencoder because it had support for every format we needed, good handling of sound channel remapping, and a clear UI with fast processing times. We automated our usage with it by writing a simple Python script to interact with it's API, and hosted the input and output AV files on Amazon S3, which it could easily talk to. So far we've converted 15 TB representing several thousand files using the service and are quite happy!

          See more
          Cloudflare Stream logo

          Cloudflare Stream

          26
          30
          2
          26
          30
          + 1
          2
          Combine video encoding, global delivery, and player
          Cloudflare Stream logo
          Cloudflare Stream
          VS
          Bitmovin logo
          Bitmovin
          Kurento logo

          Kurento

          19
          63
          0
          19
          63
          + 1
          0
          A WebRTC media server and a set of client APIs
            Be the first to leave a pro
            Kurento logo
            Kurento
            VS
            Bitmovin logo
            Bitmovin
            GStreamer logo

            GStreamer

            12
            17
            1
            12
            17
            + 1
            1
            Open source multimedia framework
            GStreamer logo
            GStreamer
            VS
            Bitmovin logo
            Bitmovin