Video · Mobile

What live video streaming platform do you recommend to perform live voting with users?

Diego Fiorentin

August 5th, 2015

I am currently building an application to host live votes counts where a host runs a speech and viewers vote.

Do you know a live video platform that can be easy to integrate?
Any company on the network that wants to interact with us?

Michael Nicoll

August 5th, 2015

Have you thought about using Periscope or Meerkat?

Eli Castellanoos Operations at MiChefs Network

August 5th, 2015

Interesting since our company is heading on a similar path only with streaming shows.  We are going to build our own live streaming into our platform.

Tom Oswald CEO at Videscape

August 5th, 2015

I own a video streaming company called videscape, would certainly be happy to chat The worlds highest paying video streaming site Www.videscape.com Tel: 07825156062

Diego Fiorentin

August 5th, 2015

Hi Mike, 

I dont want to use periscope or meerkat cose their are competitors to our platform. 

At the moment we are using Youtuve live but it has over 15 secs of lag...

@Eli, @Tom I'll contact you via private message.


Paul Travis Multifaceted Online Executor: Product Marketing to Program Mgmt. to Business Development

August 5th, 2015

Have you looked at Kaltura? There is another I was using as well -- will look for the name.

Diego Fiorentin

August 5th, 2015

Thanks Paul for the tip, I'll check them 

David Brown VP Engineering at Pleora Technologies

August 6th, 2015

Try Temasys. They are a WebRTC expert - video is streamed through the browser in real-time without the 15-60 second delay of traditional streaming services. If that doesn't suit you look into Akamai's new partner Octoshape.

I can help you with contacts at Temasys, but don't know anyone at Akamai.

Regards,

David Brown

Mark Argenti Co-Founder at Goodtheory Incorporated

August 12th, 2015

Diego, Timing maybe a little premature, but I feel for the future we might be a great solution. We are currently prelaunch with a product called Vidmoto. It's an open and cloud orchestration approach to video delivery platforms. When we initially launch it will immediately work with AWS services, turnkey. I would love to share more, but I am limited to one on one discussions for now. Feel free to send a request through the site. If anything, maybe we can help with some suggestions of other tech like Paul already mentioned Kaltura.