📺Real-Time Video is now GA! Learn more.📹
We’ve always been deeply involved with building Open Source software and contributing to the community is a core part of who we are. Check out these projects that we've created or contributed to.
A tool to analyze HLS streams.
Exposes the expiration times for certificates installed on each server.
A simple WebRTC rebroadcaster using FFmpeg.
A simple demo showing how to use Chromium as a WebRTC rendering engine.
Our founders created Video.js and continue to be active contributors to the world's most popular open source HTML5 player.
Estimates the average delivered VMAF for hls manifests
We want you to be able to build video using the language of your choice. If you don't see your language on this list, let us know!
Thought about making something with Mux? We love seeing fun stuff built using our Mux Video API and we want to formally recognize the time and effort you put into it.
For minor pull requests you may earn one or more of the above gifts. There’s no upper bound on what you can earn. If you create a full application and we see you put in a lot of work, we’ll send you something special.
Open a pull request on a Mux Github repo (for example, https://github.com/muxinc/examples). If you are unsure about your changes feel free to open an issue first in the relevant repository so we can give you feedback along the way.
We’ll review your PR and let you know if it was approved.
(Remember that you don’t have to be done writing all of your code to open a pull request. If you have a change that you’re working on and you have questions or want some guidance, feel free to open a pull request early so that we can review and discuss your proposed changes with you.)
If you have something that’s not specific to a repo or have any questions at all feel free to email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re excited to see what you build!
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