With clean documentation and straightforward onboarding, you don’t have to be a video expert to build live streaming into your web or native applications.
Whether you're serving a few dozen streams or a few million, we grow with you. No max limits on live streams or viewers means we handle scaling so you don't have to.
What took months now takes minutes. Let us do the technical heavy lifting and take weeks off your launch time.
We use RTMP for accepting live broadcasts, and HLS for output streams. This gives your application the ability to stream from a mobile app, broadcast software, or hardware encoder and broadcast to any device.
Let your users rebroadcast to a specific platform with Live Simulcasting. We make it easy to restream to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Twitch, and more.
Live streams are automatically recorded and available immediately after the event with no waiting for additional processing or complex workflows to manage. The moment a broadcast ends, we make your asset available to stream.
We don’t charge you for creating live streaming endpoints and stream keys. This makes it easy to support your users. With a unique live “stream key” for each of your users, we’ll send you a webhook so you can respond appropriately whenever they go live.
Video delivery is optimized through the use of multiple CDNs, allowing Mux to automatically choose the CDN that will provide the best experience for your viewers, wherever they are.
We provide various mechanisms for securing playback of your content. Whether you want to control where your content plays back or for how long it’s available, our tokens can help secure your content.
Use the Mux Video API to connect your streamers with your video players.
The Live Stream object in the Mux API is a record of a live stream of video that will be pushed to Mux. To create your first Live Stream, send a POST request to the /live-streams endpoint.
Add the Playback ID to stream.mux.com. Mux instantly creates the right renditions for every device and bandwidth, resulting in lower costs and better viewer experiences.
Based on what live streaming experience you’re trying to build, use the latency that best suits your needs.
If you want your users to have the best video quality possible, standard latency gives your player enough time to buffer content so your users won’t experience any interruptions or rebuffering.
If you want to offer a unique live streaming experience that offers interactivity between streamers and the audience, low latency is the way to go.
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