NexPlayer has partnered with Videon, AWS Elemental MediaStore, and Amazon CloudFront to achieve sub 3-second end-to-end latency at scale worldwide. In addition, these workflows offer stream synchronization across devices to ensure all viewers are seeing the video content at the same time.
The first workflow report focuses on creating low cost, low latency, HTTP streaming workflows using AWS and NexPlayer with Videon’s EdgeCaster encoder. In this report, we validate and measure the latency using the NexPlayer player application on different platforms (phones, tablets, and browsers) when video is encoded by Videon’s EdgeCaster, ingested by AWS MediaStore, delivered by AWS CloudFront, and playback via NexPlayer player technology. The goal of the report is to clearly identify end-to-end workflow compatibility along with measuring the expected latency for different workflows.
The second workflow report focuses on validating and documenting the process of setting up and configuring a workflow for HTTP Streaming using AWS services as well as identifying the expected results. We laid out configuration instructions so users can follow step-by-step instructions and have success when setting up an HTTP streaming workflow using EdgeCaster, MediaStore, CloudFront, open source players along with NexPlayer.
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Videon EdgeCaster & NexPlayer Low Latency
HTTP Streaming Compatibility Report
This report addresses Android, iOS and HTML5 compatibility with Videon EdgeCaster and AWS MediaStore with a breakdown of low latency results and live streaming performance.
Videon, AWS MediaStore and CloudFront
End-to-End HTTP Streaming Workflow
Step-by-step guide which shows you how to set up Videon, AWS and NexPlayer as the player technology to deliver high-quality media content live to your viewers globally at-scale.