Open-Source Streaming Server with WebRTC and LLHLS
OvenMediaEngine (OME) is an Open-Source Streaming Server that can stream high-definition live streams over WebRTC and Low Latency HLS (LLHLS) to hundreds of thousands of viewers with sub-second latency. OME can ingest live streams over WebRTC, WHIP, SRT, RTMP, RTSP, and MPEG2-TS protocols, encode them to ABR with the embedded live transcoder, and stream them to viewers over LLHLS and WebRTC. With OvenMediaEngine, you can build your powerful and sub-second latency media service very easily.
OME delivers live streams in Sub-Seconds Latency using WebRTC and LLHLS
Live transcoder embedded in OME that supports ABR of WebRTC and LLHLS
Origin-Edge cluster can scale to accommodate increasing broadcast and viewers
OME supports various ingest protocols such as WebRTC, SRT, RTMP, MPEG-2 TS, and RTSP Pull
OME provides REST API for various features such as Access control and Monitoring to integration with your media service
OME includes various functions such as Live Rewind, Recording, Thumbnail, Retransmission, and Access Control