CDN Support

High-quality video streaming anywhere, any time, and on any device

Using a content delivery network (CDN) for video streaming just makes sense. A CDN is a globally distributed network that caches video content to multiple servers around the world. Anyone who tunes into a live stream or watches on-demand content over a CDN downloads data from the nearest server for optimal viewing.

Epiphan Pearl-2 and Pearl Mini hardware encoders support an array of formats and protocols for streaming video to CDNs including RTSP, RTMP, and – for enhanced security – RTMPS. Pearl’s multi-streaming capabilities let you live stream to YouTube, Facebook, and other CDNs simultaneously, as well as video content management systems (CMSs) like Panopto and Kaltura. And with the built-in streaming server, you can also stream locally to web browsers, smart TVs, and set-top boxes.

Pearl can stream to these popular CDNs and many more

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