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Alternatives to Mux Video

OBS Studio, Wowza, Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, api.video, and Bitmovin are the most popular alternatives and competitors to Mux Video.
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What is Mux Video and what are its top alternatives?

It is an API-first platform, powered by data and designed by video experts to make the beautiful video possible for every development team.
Mux Video is a tool in the Video Streaming category of a tech stack.

Top Alternatives to Mux Video

  • OBS Studio

    OBS Studio

    It is a free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. It is equipped with a powerful API, enabling plugins and scripts to provide further customization and functionality specific to your needs. It supports all your favorite streaming platforms and more. ...

  • Wowza

    Wowza

    It offers a customizable live streaming platform to build, deploy and manage high-quality video, live and on-demand. It powers professional-grade streaming for any use case and any device. ...

  • Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

    Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

    Amazon Kinesis Video Streams makes it easy to securely stream video from connected devices to AWS for analytics, machine learning (ML), and other processing. Kinesis Video Streams automatically provisions and elastically scales all the infrastructure needed to ingest streaming video data from millions of devices. It also durably stores, encrypts, and indexes video data in your streams, and allows you to access your data through easy-to-use APIs. ...

  • api.video

    api.video

    api.video is an API-first platform which enables developers to build, scale and operate on-demand and live video streaming in their own apps and platforms in minutes, with just a few lines of code. ...

  • Bitmovin

    Bitmovin

    It provides adaptive streaming infrastructure for video publishers and integrators. Fastest cloud encoding and HTML5 Player, play Video Anywhere. ...

  • Ant Media Server

    Ant Media Server

    It is streaming engine software that provides adaptive, ultra low latency streaming by using WebRTC technology with ~0.5 seconds latency. It is both horizontally and vertically scalable. It can run on-premise or on-cloud. ...

  • Ziggeo

    Ziggeo

    It is a cloud-based video technology SaaS (Software as a Service) company that provides asynchronous video APIs, mobile SDKs and tools to deliver enterprise-grade WebRTC capabilities. ...

  • muse.ai

    muse.ai

    Cheapest way to host and share your video without adverts. Includes the most advanced AI powered in-video search. ...

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OBS Studio

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          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.?

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          We want to make a live streaming platform demo to show off our video compression technology.

          Simply put, we will stream content from 12 x 4K cameras ——> to an edge server(s) containing our compression software ——> either to Bitmovin or Wowza ——> to a media player.

          What we would like to know is, is one of the above streaming engines more suited to multiple feeds (we will eventually be using more than 100 4K cameras for the actual streaming platform), 4K content streaming, latency, and functions such as being to Zoom in on the 4K content?

          If anyone has any insight into the above, we would be grateful for your advice. We are a Japanese company and were recommended the above two streaming engines but know nothing about them as they literally “foreign” to us.

          Thanks so much.

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          Amazon Kinesis Video Streams

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          Capture, process, and store video streams for analytics and machine learning
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              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.?

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              api.video

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                  Bitmovin

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                      We want to make a live streaming platform demo to show off our video compression technology.

                      Simply put, we will stream content from 12 x 4K cameras ——> to an edge server(s) containing our compression software ——> either to Bitmovin or Wowza ——> to a media player.

                      What we would like to know is, is one of the above streaming engines more suited to multiple feeds (we will eventually be using more than 100 4K cameras for the actual streaming platform), 4K content streaming, latency, and functions such as being to Zoom in on the 4K content?

                      If anyone has any insight into the above, we would be grateful for your advice. We are a Japanese company and were recommended the above two streaming engines but know nothing about them as they literally “foreign” to us.

                      Thanks so much.

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                      Ant Media Server

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                      Scalable, ultra low latency & adaptive WebRTC streaming
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                          Ziggeo

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                          An asynchronous interface to record and playback videos on websites
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                              muse.ai

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