OvenStudio LLHLS

Low-Latency HLS Streaming Server for the Cloud

OvenStudio LLHLS is a powerful Low Latency Streaming Server for the Cloud, leveraging OvenMediaEngine, OvenPlayer, and OvenLiveKit's features. It offers seamless integration with the Cloud and CDN, allowing for automated deployment and scalability. If you're streaming service needs interactive, it provides the features and tools. Embrace the power of low-latency streaming with OvenStudio LLHLS and deliver exceptional experiences to your viewers!

Low-Latency HLS Streaming Server for the Cloud

Workflow of OvenStudio LLHLS

Structure of OvenStudio LLHLS

OvenStudio LLHLS Interface

OvenStudio LLHLS offers a cost-effective streaming server solution

※ The software price of OvenStudio LLHLS is significantly lower, ranging from 60-70% less than other comparable products.

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Low Latency Streaming

OvenStudio LLHLS supports Low Latency HLS (LLHLS) streaming, delivering low latency video/audio playback to viewers.

Web Console

OvenStudio LLHLS provides a user-friendly web console, offering an intuitive and easy-to-use GUI for efficient management and monitoring of streaming workflows.

Adaptive Bitrate

OvenStudio LLHLS supports Adaptive Bitrate Streaming (ABR), dynamically adjusting the video quality based on viewers' network conditions.

Various Ingress Protocols

OvenStudio LLHLS offers various ingress protocols, including WebRTC, WHIP, RTMP, and SRT.

Cloud-based Deployment

OvenStudio LLHLS offers an automated installation process on the Cloud, allowing easy deployment and scalability.

Seamless Integration with CDN

OvenStudio LLHLS seamlessly integrates with Content Delivery Network (CDN), enabling efficient content distribution.

Designed for the Cloud and CDN

OvenStudio LLHLS enables sub-3-second low-latency streaming, simplifies installation processes through automation, and seamlessly integrates with complex CDNs. It allows anyone to easily configure streaming servers and transmit stable low-latency streaming quickly.

What scale of low-latency streaming server are you planning to deploy?

※ For the stability of the service, this guide has been prepared based on tests that maintained CPU usage below 70%.

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