Radiant Media Player is a web media player oriented towards adaptive bitrate streaming in HTML5-video (HLS & MPEG-DASH) for mobile and desktop devices. For the legacy web still running on Flash video Radiant Media Player comprehensive Flash fallback will work great. Radiant Media Player also comes with an advanced solution for video ads and DRM compatible with HTML5 and Flash video. See our pricing page for a detailed list of features.
Radiant Media Player introduces to a large audience of businesses and Internet professionals advanced features at an affordable price.
At the end of the day it is up to you to opt for the solution that you are comfortable with. There is no right or wrong answer to the above question.
As of end of 2016 Radiant Media Player can help deliver your content to HTML5 video with adaptive bitrate streaming to more than 80% of the market. Flash should only be used as a Fallback to target legacy browsers like Internet Explorer.
Everybody with a website or web-based application and media content can use Radiant Media Player.
More advanced use-cases like using the player API or CSS skin tuning may require more advanced skill sets but because Radiant Media Player is built with commonly available web technologies and standards this should be accessible to the vast majority of web developers.
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 rapidly. We also have video tutorials to help you get started in various sections of our documentation.
We designed Radiant Media Player for this purpose. Today the mobile market is taking on the "classic" web market. HTML5 video has clearly emerged as the only way to deliver video content to all those new connected devices. We test extensively our player on a wide range of mobile devices from various manufacturer to insure it plays everywhere.
Visit our streaming documentation page for a detailed list of supported streaming protocols and environments.
No. RTMP is an old/legacy streaming protocol specific to Flash (i.e. RTMP does not work with HTML5 video). Anything that can RTMP do is covered by our HLS to Flash module (with generally better performance). Deploying RTMP on the server is also much more expansive in comparison to HLS.
Yes. We provide professional email-based technical support for each Radiant Media Player customer. To request technical support visit our support page.
Yes since version 3.0.0.
No, we actually built our own player :)
Yes. We encourage all users to provide feedback and suggest additional features. This can be done through our support page.