Radiant Media Player is a commercial HTML5 video & audio player that supports adaptive bitrate streaming: HLS & DASH. It can be used in websites, mobile & OTT apps. It focuces on a HTML5-everywhere approach to get rid of the complexity and cost associated with managing native SDK. Radiant Media Player introduces to a large audience of businesses and Internet professionals advanced media playback features at a fair price.
Visit our compatibility table for more detailed information on the subject.
No. At this point in time Apple does not allow for HTML5-based apps to be published on tvOS. You will need to develop your own app with native code to publish on tvOS.
While Roku does not allow for HTML5-based apps to be published on its platform, you can use Roku Direct Publisher to display your content on Roku. Using Roku Direct Publisher tools you can simply create a Roku channel while using your HLS, DASH or progressive download content that you have prepared for use with Radiant Media Player. Everything is done through an easy-to-follow wizard that guides content owners and publishers through each step of creating a branded Roku channel—without writing a single line of code.
A good summary of our player features can be found here.
Yes, we have a free trial that comes with all player features here.
Our one code integration strategy and responsive player should make it easy to include Radiant Media Player in any kind of web page, framework, CMS (WordPress, Drupal ...) or blogging system near-instantly. Just configure your player code and copy/paste it where you want it to stand in your web page / CMS. For more advanced use-cases the player can also be dynamically included on a web page with server-side languages like PHP.
No. You will need to contract with a 3rd-party ad server in order to deliver video ads in our player. A list of common names can be found here but any VAST-compliant ad server will work with Radiant Media Player.
Yes. We provide professional email-based technical support for each Radiant Media Player customer. To request technical support visit our support page.
Radiant Media Player no longer support Internet Explorer 11 since version 5.10. If you have a business requirement to still support Internet Explorer 11, version 5.9.2 of our player can be used as a fallback.
Yes. We encourage all customers to provide feedback and suggest additional features. This can be done through our contact page.