Edge 226 is a global provider of advanced ad-tech solutions for today’s mobile and video advertisers. With offices in New York, Tel-Aviv and Beijing, Edge is led by industry veterans Avishay Raviv and Yoav Kirmayer who are Co-CEOs with Avishay based in New York and Yoav in Tel Aviv.Edge was esta...
Best Video Platforms
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Video Platforms Overview
What are Video Platforms?
Video platforms allow users to upload, store, and deliver video content, and leverage it for marketing purposes (e.g. lead generation, conversion, advertising). They may also be referred to as video clouds, video players, or video hosting platforms.
Content may include product demo videos, help/training videos, or webinar recordings. In addition to hosting pre-recorded, on-demand video, some platforms allow users to stream live events. Another use case is for employee education and training videos.
Content Security & Accessibility
Enterprise video platforms host video files in a secure but accessible environment. Users can control access to sensitive data, but also share video content by emailing or embedding a link on a website. Users can embed a link on both internal (employees only) or external (customer-facing) sites. Some platforms also enable video file downloads, however, not all video platform products include this capability.
Video Platforms Features & Capabilities
The following are some of the core capabilities of most video platforms:
Video creation and editing tools: Allows users to create and edit videos before uploading them.
Analytics: Allow users to monitor viewer engagement and video streaming quality.
Integrations: Viewer data can be merged with CRM and/or the user’s marketing automation system.
Video players/playlists: Ability for users to create a bucket/placeholder link that will not break, even if the video content is changed/updated.
Video sharing: Ability to share hosted videos globally, even in countries/regions with video censoring.
Subtitles: Videos either include subtitles or integrate with third-party subtitling services.
Data security: Users can monitor Internal videos containing sensitive data, with easy access controls over who can view/share the content.
Metadata options: Ability to use tools such as video tags, descriptions, and summaries to facilitate content searches and enhance SEO of embedded videos.
Buyers should consider whether they plan to edit videos within the platform or before uploading the files. Some vendors offer editing tools or services, whereas others simply deliver uploaded video files as is.
Mobile device compatibility is another important aspect of leading enterprise video platforms. Videos (like other web content) should be able to be rendered on a range of devices. However, mobile access may be more important for certain use cases more than others (e.g. marketing to consumers, training salespeople).
Paid video platform software is typically priced on a monthly subscription basis. Prices start between $80-$100 per month and increase with the amount of usage, company size, and features needed. However, some vendors offer free versions and/or free trial periods of their software.
Enterprise level solutions may charge a one-time startup fee, which can cost a couple thousand dollars, along with a monthly subscription fee. Not all vendors openly disclose prices on their website but will provide them upon request.
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VIXY is an innovative video software company based in Hilversum. The all-in-one video platform allows publishers and content owners to manage, publish, monetize, and analyze video content on desktops, mobile devices, tablets and TV set-top boxes. Key platform features include: reliable hosting &a...
Harmonic headquartered in San Jose offers Polaris Play, and the Polaris Suite of video playout management software applications, providing video and content creators to manage graphics, playlist schedule, and other elements of video and media delivery.
Piksel offers Fuse Publisher, a video content management and publishing workflow platform.
Piksel headquartered in the UK offers Digital Enteprise, a secure online video library management, distribution, and livestreaming platform for businesses.
Piksel Digital Showcase is a video platform designed to support over the top (OTT) video delivery and monetization.
Jet-Stream is the award-winning multi-CDN streaming platform for leading broadcasters, publishers, sports clubs, events, studios, video producers and brands. Lowest price globally at €0,005 per GB with real-time transmuxing & origin shield. Jet-Stream is the streaming media CDN for Live and ...
Dailymotion Video Player Solution is a video and live streaming management product. It enables user to create and manage VODs and livestreams.
Video on demand platform for content creators from Africa and around the world. Content creators can bill their customers for content hosted on the websites, apps and TV apps
Accedo.tv headquartered in Sweden offers the Accedo One platform, designed to support broadcast and media streaming / OTT content providers with customer-centric content and marketplaces, as well as large enterprise marketing departments needing a unified platform for video hosting, video marketi...
Movavi Screen Recorder lets the user grab any screen video, audio, system sounds and web-cam from a computer with a single button click. Capture webinars, live streams, Skype chats, and anything else. The user can create GIFs from movie scenes and share them with collegues. Carry Out App Reviews...
Muvi headquartered in New York offers their OTT platform, allowing the user to launch a branded video/audio streaming service instantly.
StreamShark is a live streaming solution that provides options for large enterprises as well as individuals or businesses with small to medium requirements.