Open-Source Sub-Second Latency Streaming Solution with LLHLS and WebRTC
The latency of 30 seconds or more in a typical unidirectional broadcast is not an issue. However, this s different for the interactive video streaming service because the viewer actively participates should be immediately reflected in the broadcast. The reasons for the latency in streaming is very diverse and difficult to solve. Now, OvenMediaEngine with our know-how can solve these problems at once.
OME is transparent and reliable because it is open source. So you can use and edit it for free and get help from the community or customize this solution.
OME uses various protocols to support many streaming environments. They are WebRTC, Low Latency HLS (LLHLS), and MPEG-DASH.
OME has embedded Live Transcoder because browsers support a few codecs. So you can use VP8, H.264, Opus, AAC, and Pass-through.
OME has the Origin-Edge structure that works by domain pattern matching to handle high-volume streaming and scaling.
OvenPlayer is most optimized player for OvenMediaEngine. It also provides a web-view for the mobile.
OME supports various platforms to install and use it such as Docker, Ubuntu 18+, CentOS 7+, and Fedora 28+.
※ OvenSpace is an Open-Source Web Video Conferencing Example, developed with OvenMediaEngine and OvenPlayer
Literally, OvenMediaEngine Enterprise is the Enterprise Edition of OvenMediaEngine. There are no functional differences between Open-Source and Enterprise Edition, but OvenMediaEngine Enterprise includes a Commercial License, Commercial Codec, Private Technical Support, Maintenance, Web Console, and more.