Open-Source Streaming Server with Sub-Second Latency

The latency of 30 seconds or more in a typical the unidirectional broadcast is not an issue. However, this is different for the interactive video streaming service because the viewer actively participates should be immediately reflected in the broadcast. The reasons for the latency in streaming is very diverse and difficult to solve. Now, OvenMediaEngine with our know-how can solve these problems at once.

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OvenMediaEngine (OME) is Open-Source Streaming Server with Sub-Second Latency. It has embedded Live Transcoder that supports profiles such as VP8, H264, OpusAAC, and Bypass. It also supports input with WebRTC, RTMP, SRT, MPEG-TS, and RTSP Pull and output with WebRTC, Low Latency DASH, MPEG-DASH, and HLS.


OvenPlayer is an Open-Source and HTML5 Standard Player. It automatically plays with WebRTC, Low Latency DASH, MPEG-DASH, HLS, and RTMP for your browser environment. It also supports WebRTC Signaling from OvenMediaEngine and includes various functions as the media player.




OME is transparent and reliable because it is open source. So you can use and edit it for free and get help from the community or customize it yourself.

Various Protocols

OME uses various protocols to support many streaming environments. They are WebRTC, Low Latency DASH, MEPG-DASH, and HLS.

Live Transcoder

OME has embedded Live Transcoder because browsers support a few codecs. So you need transcoding and it uses VP8, H.264, Opus, AAC and Bypass.

Streaming Server

OME has the Origin-Edge structure that works by domain pattern matching to handle high-volume streaming and scaling. This structure can easily replace the existing infra and operate reliably.

HTML5 Player

OvenPlayer is a very compact player based on HTML5 Standard. It also provides a web view optimized for the mobile environment. The main point is most optimized for OvenMediaEngine.

Ease of Use

OME and OvenPlayer provide a tutorial to help you install and use it efficiently. OME also supports platforms such as Docker, Ubuntu, CentOS, and Fedora.

If you want to experience OvenPlayer, please go to our demo page includes a test player.

You can get the most powerful streaming solution with sub-second latency.
Our products are designed to work in the best possible conditions by being tightly connected.


OvenMediaEngine and OvenPlayer released under the GPLv2 and MIT license as Open-Source.

However, if you need technical support, please visit AirenSoft's GitHub Issues.

More and more partners are using OvenMediaEngine and OvenPlayer.