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AWS Elemental MediaLive vs Kurento: What are the differences?

AWS Elemental MediaLive: Encode live video for broadcast and streaming to any device. AWS Elemental MediaLive is a broadcast-grade live video processing service. It lets you create high-quality video streams for delivery to broadcast televisions and internet-connected multiscreen devices, like connected TVs, tablets, smart phones, and set-top boxes; Kurento: *A WebRTC media server and a set of client APIs *. It is a WebRTC media server and a set of client APIs making simple the development of advanced video applications for WWW and smartphone platforms. Media Server features include group communications, transcoding and more.

AWS Elemental MediaLive and Kurento can be primarily classified as "Media Transcoding" tools.

Some of the features offered by AWS Elemental MediaLive are:

  • Comprehensive video standards support
  • Broadcast capabilities for live video streams
  • Automated resource provisioning

On the other hand, Kurento provides the following key features:

  • WebRTC media server
  • group communications
  • broadcasting and routing of audiovisual flows
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    What is AWS Elemental MediaLive?

    AWS Elemental MediaLive is a broadcast-grade live video processing service. It lets you create high-quality video streams for delivery to broadcast televisions and internet-connected multiscreen devices, like connected TVs, tablets, smart phones, and set-top boxes.

    What is Kurento?

    It is a WebRTC media server and a set of client APIs making simple the development of advanced video applications for WWW and smartphone platforms. Media Server features include group communications, transcoding and more.

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    What are some alternatives to AWS Elemental MediaLive and Kurento?
    Amazon Elastic Transcoder
    Convert or transcode media files from their source format into versions that will playback on devices like smartphones, tablets and PCs. Create a transcoding “job” specifying the location of your source media file and how you want it transcoded. Amazon Elastic Transcoder also provides transcoding presets for popular output formats. All these features are available via service API, AWS SDKs and the AWS Management Console.
    GStreamer
    It is a library for constructing graphs of media-handling components. The applications it supports range from simple Ogg/Vorbis playback, audio/video streaming to complex audio (mixing) and video (non-linear editing) processing.
    Cloudflare Stream
    Cloudflare Stream makes integrating high-quality streaming video into a web or mobile application easy. Using a single, integrated workflow through a robust API or drag and drop UI, application owners can focus on creating the best video experience.
    AWS Elemental MediaConvert
    AWS Elemental MediaConvert is a file-based video transcoding service with broadcast-grade features. It allows you to easily create video-on-demand (VOD) content for broadcast and multiscreen delivery at scale.
    Zencoder
    Zencoder downloads the video and converts it to as many formats as you need. Every output is encoded concurrently, with virtually no waiting—whether you do one or one hundred. Zencoder then uploads the resulting videos to a server, CDN, an S3 bucket, or wherever you dictate in your API call.
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