Top 10 Video on Demand Platform Providers

A comprehensive video streaming platform will boast both live streaming services and act as a platform to host recorded live or on-demand video. The most effective and convenient platforms will be all-inclusive, allowing you to broadcast, host, embed, monetize, and analyze video content, while granting you total control over your content.

The Top Ten

1 Brightcove

Very easy to use.

Brightcove solutions improve the user experience by offering customized features including video branding and streaming to mobile devices. The company is active in acquiring organizations that can improve its market presence and revenue. It recently acquired Zencoder, a cloud transcoding company, to help the organization improve its platform for SaaS offerings. - davidaliasmichael

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2 Kaltura

Kaltura offers online video solutions for entertainment companies, businesses, educational enterprises, and service providers. Its solution can be deployed on-premises as well as through private and public clouds. These solutions can be accessed through PCs, Android-enabled smartphones and tablets, STBs, and connected devices. - davidaliasmichael

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3 Vplayed

Vplayed is a globally acclaimed video-on-demand solution that has partnered with multiple global brands to create successfully performing web and mobile apps/websites.

Worthy solution for all broadcasters & publishers.

Best Readymade VOD Solution for Broadcasters & Publishers

Vplayed, helps to build your own video on demand platform with all possible functionalities to monetize and maximize your content revenue through various business monetization methods. - Lianakailey

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4 Contus Vplay

Contus Vplay is a video on demand solution that helps the broadcasters, on demand video portals, enterprises etc to upload, convert, store & playback the video content over the Internet across various channels. This ready-made video broadcasting and management solution provides an uncompromising video experience on both web and mobile. - davidaliasmichael

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5 Ooyala

Ooyala has been focusing on analytics since 2007. It targets mostly media-based companies (broadcasting and print publishers) that are looking to monetize content directly. One of the major features offered by the company is modular offerings. End-users do not have to buy the end-to-end system, just the modules required, which include the transcoding engine, analytics, and ad servers. - davidaliasmichael

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6 Muvi

Great platform. I am a current customer. Most comprehensive platform in the world by far!

Great Platform so far for me. It is recognized by it's great products all over the world.

Will prefer Muvi, as it provides end to end service.

One stop solution for all video needs

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8 Uscreen

Uscreen's been awesome, honestly. I'd been looking for over a year for a place to sell my guided meditation videos online, but everything was either way too expensive or way to limiting or way too sketchy. I'm so glad I decided to go with Uscreen, best business decision I've ever made. And the folks are great, super helpful when you need them.

Uscreen has been a lifesaver for my YouTube channel. It has allowed me to easily monetize my content and introduce paid subscription to my followers. I love their templates, and customization options! Now I'm thinking about getting my own Roku app

It's an easy-to-use platform, that allowed me to create a simple subscription platform, to sell my videos. They also don't ask for rev share which is super helpful.

I use Uscreen to sell our fitness videos online, its easy to use and powerful, our customers love it!

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9 DaCast

DaCast offers the first self-service, all-in-one streaming platform. It enables video and audio content owners to easily start broadcasting high quality video over the web. With a completely integrated solution and pay-as-you-go pricing, DaCast provides a unique system that is more profitable for broadcasters than other Internet-based streaming services. - davidaliasmichael

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The Contenders

11 webnexs

Webnexs is the best Video on demand platform companies in India. webnexs offers set of benefits for entrepreneurs looking to make money from their video content. clients range from motivational speakers, to swim instructors, to fitness coaches. - sureshnathanael

12 Mangomolo

Mangomolo has been our provider for the past few years and they rock! highly recommended for anyone who is looking to build a serious business out of streaming! James

Weve been using this for 2 years and the guys are just awesome!

Great Useful tool for live video streaming and online editing.

Mangomolo has an edge that no other OVP has, it provides any publisher with the Full OTT infrastructure from the OVP Backend part to the front end applications, website, etc... and the platform is very advanced in terms of automation and artificial intelligence which makes the entire content ingestion process much easier. I honestly think this is one Provider to keep a close eye on!

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13 CDN77 CDN77 is a customer focused Content Delivery Network provider that is flexible and has transparent no-commitment pricing. With 30+ points of presence around the world, provides quick, consistent and authorized delivery of your content to all devices with the latest technologies like HTTP/2. more.

CDN77 have been our video delivery partner for some time now. We can count on their flexibility and willingness to customize their platform for our specific needs and their customer support is just top-notch, with high technical knowledge & short response times being just few of the reasons.

These guys are the bomb!

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15 Octal IT Solution Octal IT Solution

Octal It Solution offers Fully Featured & Managed Video Streaming Mobile App development solutions backed by robust database strategy. - kamalkishore

16 Netflix Netflix Netflix is an American entertainment company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph on August 29, 1997, in Scotts Valley, California.
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