Radiant Media Player

Radiant Media Player announces partnership with Peer5

Last updated on January 19, 2017


Introduction

At Radiant Media Player we are committed to providing support for the best and latest technologies from the online video world. Peer-to-peer assisted streaming offers a great way to improve the viewer experience with faster startup time, improved stream stability and bandwidth cost reduction. As a result Radiant Media Player has partnered with Peer5 in order to make the Peer5 technology easily available to Radiant Media Player customers.

Peer5 is the first WebRTC-based CDN that does not require any software installation. By turning viewers into a video delivery network, Peer5 helps broadcasters improve the quality of the experience while reducing bandwidth costs by 50% or more.


What is the relationship about?

Radiant Media Player works great with HLS for live, DVR or on-demand video streaming. Using Peer5 peer-to-peer accelerated streaming technology Radiant Media Player customers can easily enhance the viewer experience and reduce media content delivery cost. Peer5 technology integrated with Radiant Media Player will work great on popular browsers like Google Chrome (including on Android), Firefox or Opera and can be used in conjunction with all HLS-based Radiant Media Player features including:

  • Cross-device HLS-everywhere HTML5 player
  • Advanced video ads solution
  • AES-128/SAMPLE-AES decryption support
  • Multi-audio tracks & more

With this collaboration Peer5 customers can now have an additional choice of player to build their online-video project.


How to use Radiant Media Player with Peer5?

We have worked hard to make the integration between Radiant Media Player and Peer5 as easy as possible.

Our Working with Peer5 guide is available and provides a quick way to get started.

Peer5 has also integrated Radiant Media Player as part of their on-boarding process and documentation.

So hop on the next-generation media streaming train and enjoy all Radiant Media Player rich features with Peer5 peer-to-peer acceleration technology.