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Millicast

The Fastest Streaming on Earth

Millicast is for those who want their live video delivered in real-time, sub-second latency to audience of any size.

Millicast CDN Pricing for Real-Time Global Streaming

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  • Price: $495

  • Term: Monthly

  • Max Concurrent Viewers: 500

  • Included CDN Bandwidth: 500 GB

  • Additional CDN Bandwidth: $0.12 /GB

  • Video Archive: $0.25 /GB

  • iOS and Android SDKs: included

  • OBS Studio for Millicast: Included

  • Turn Server Relay: Included

  • Delivery Region: Global

  • Premium Technical Support: Limited

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  • Price: $1,495

  • Term: Monthly

  • Max Concurrent Viewers: Unlimited

  • Included CDN Bandwidth: 10,000 GB

  • Additional CDN Bandwidth: $0.09 /GB

  • Video Archive: $0.19 /GB

  • iOS and Android SDKs: included

  • OBS Studio for Millicast: Included

  • Turn Server Relay: Included

  • Delivery Region: Global

  • Premium Technical Support: Limited

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  • Price: $2,495

  • Term: Monthly

  • Max Concurrent Viewers: Unlimited

  • Included CDN Bandwidth: 40,000 GB

  • Additional CDN Bandwidth: $0.08 /GB

  • Video Archive: $0.16 /GB

  • iOS and Android SDKs: included

  • OBS Studio for Millicast: Included

  • Turn Server Relay: Included

  • Delivery Region: Global

  • Premium Technical Support: Limited

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  • Price: $4,995

  • Term: Monthly

  • Max Concurrent Viewers: Unlimited

  • Included CDN Bandwidth: 100,000 GB

  • Additional CDN Bandwidth: $0.07 /GB

  • Video Archive: $0.09 /GB

  • iOS and Android SDKs: included

  • OBS Studio for Millicast: Included

  • Turn Server Relay: Included

  • Delivery Region: Global

  • Premium Technical Support: Limited

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  • Price: Contact

  • Term: Optional

  • Max Concurrent Viewers: N/A

  • Included CDN Bandwidth: N/A

  • Additional CDN Bandwidth: Volume

  • Video Archive: N/A

  • iOS and Android SDKs: included

  • OBS Studio for Millicast: Included

  • Turn Server Relay: Included

  • Delivery Region: Global

  • Premium Technical Support: Limited

FAQs for choosing a Millicast CDN Plan

Are there special bandwidth and storage limitations with the free Trial plan?


Yes, with the free Trial plan your CDN Bandwidth is hard-capped to 50 GB per month and the Video Archive feature is disabled. You can remove these limitations at anytime by simply upgrading to a paid plan.




What are Max Concurrent Viewers?


This is the total number of individual devices accessing your Millicast stream for both publishing and viewing. Additional streams will be automatically rejected.




What is Included CDN Bandwidth?


Included CDN Bandwidth is the total amount of bandwidth included per month with your Millicast pricing plan for no additional cost.
This bandwidth is used when publishing and delivering your streams to your viewers.




What is Additional CDN Bandwidth?


This is cost for bandwidth used over the Included CDN Bandwidth of your Millicast pricing plan.
Bandwidth overages are automatically billed at the end of your monthly billing cycle and are charged at the per GB rate corresponding to your pricing plan.
You can avoid bandwidth overage fees by upgrading your account prior to the end of your monthly billing cycle.




What is Video Archive?


The Video Archive feature allows you to record and store your video streams as MP4 files on the Millicast cloud.




How am I billed for Video Archiving?


Video Archive prices are billed hourly, calculated over a period of 1 month. For example, if you stored 1 GB on our servers for 15 days @ $0.15 per GB/month, you would be billed approximately $0.075 for those 15 days of storage. The per GB price includes the costs associated with the capturing and processing the recordings.




What is TURN Server Relay?


TURN server relay is necessary for WebRTC connectivity through complex networks and firewalls that would have otherwise prevented any media transmission over WebRTC protocols. An average of 15%-30% of all WebRTC transmissions require TURN relay. This functionality is included by default with your Millicast service.




What is OBS Studio for Millicast?


OBS Studio (Open Broadcaster Software) is the open-source standard for live, HD video broadcasting. We have extended OBS to support WebRTC and the Millicast platform and provide this to you free of charge.




What are iOS and Android SDKs?


These are Software Development Kits that enable developers to quickly and easily integrate Millicast into native iOS and Android applications.
Currently Millicast provides SDKs for Javascript and React Native.




What are Delivery Regions?


These are the geographic regions which Millicast can deliver the lowest possible latency to your viewers based on the distance of our edge servers and the end-viewers. All production Millicast accounts utilize our entire global network and streams are automatically routed to and from the region closest to the publisher and viewer.




What is the minimum billing term?


1 month. However, quarterly and annual billing options are available, please contact us for more information.




What Technical Support do you provide?


Our technical support team are experts in WebRTC and are here to assist you in implementing and troubleshooting the Millicast service. Feel free to email us anytime at support@pledo.co




What are your Terms of Service?


Click here to read our Terms of Service agreement.





Scale Your Solution for Any Audience

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Latency

Average 200-500 milliseconds global delivery

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Reach

Stream to all devices without plug-ins, players, or protocols

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Quality

Support for the latest and future codecs (VP8, VP9, H.264, AV1)

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Affordability

Simple, transparent, all-inclusive, monthly based pricing

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Scale

Global infrastructure, intelligent scaling, load tested with KITE

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How easy is it?

  1. Sign up for a free trial.

  2. Create your Broadcast with a single click.

  3. Click Start Broadcast and instantly begin sharing your live stream to your audience. Done.

With Millicast, the standard HTML <video> tag is all you need, it doesn’t get easier or more flexible than this.

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Why Millicast?

Millicast is the fastest, easiest, and most advanced way to broadcast your video and audio streams to the world at sub-second latency.

How it Works

Publish: Simply use our online broadcaster from our Dashboard or OBS. For more advanced cases, use our API and SDKs from within your HTML, iOS or Android applications.

View: We provide you with a hosted, customizable, white-label video player of which you can simply share the URL, or embed within your application for your viewers to instantly begin viewing your real-time streams.

Who needs real-time streaming?

The Six Main Applications

01

Remote live event production and remote post-production for movies and series.

02

Live / hybrid events / shows / entertainment / sports / news.

03

Live auctions, gambling and betting.

04

Gaming, AR/VR and interactive experiences.

05

Educations and webinars.

06

Social networks such as dating apps and e-commerce.

Powerful features

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100% Plus-in Free

End-to-end WebRTC. Reach all devices without plugins, players, special protocols, SDKs or client-side framework requirements. Pure, universal, HTML

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Smoother Streaming

Uniquely engineered for reliability and quality in the worst network conditions, and real-time means you never see any buffering.

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Simulcast

Built-in support for providing your live stream at the bitrate most suitable to each of your viewers, including VP8 & H.264 codecs.

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OBS Support

Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is the industry standard for live video publishing, so we’ve extended it for you to use with WebRTC.

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Secure

Encryption is at the very core of WebRTC and we maintain this philosophy end-to-end across all areas of our systems.

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API and SDKs

Our API has been designed to make it easy to use Millicast in any environment. See our docs, SDKs and tutorials to get started.

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Advanced Analytics

We provide you with live and historic metrics to help you understand your audience and weigh the success of your real-time streaming.

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Recording

Our recording and replay API makes it simple for you to archive and replay your streams within any environment.

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WebRTC Experts

Members of Millicast are members of the W3C and IETF committees for WebRTC standards, as well as leading providers of global streaming infrastructure; you're in good hands.

Millicast Overview

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Low Latency Streaming?


Many of us have heard buzz words being thrown around in the streaming industry like "low latency", "ultra low latency", and "realtime latency" but many are still confused about what these terms mean, and are curious if latency is important for their streaming initiatives.

This FAQ is meant to cut to the point and answer the most important questions, in a simple and straightforward way.




What is latency and why is it important for streaming video?


Latency in streaming is the time it takes for a live video stream to get from the point where a camera captures the live feed, to the device where the stream is viewed. Sometimes this is referred to as "glass-to-glass."

Latency is important when a live video feed is time-sensitive and viewers must receive the live content in a short and predictable amount of time, like an online auction for example.




What is the difference between low latency streaming and real-time video streaming?


Low latency streaming is typically video being delivered from capture to viewer in about 20-30 seconds. Ultra low latency streaming is typically 3-10 seconds.

Real-time video streaming is delivered from the source to the viewer (often known as glass-to-glass) in less than 1 second, typically 100—500 milliseconds. For cloud gaming it needs to be as fast as 150 milliseconds, round trip.




Who is real-time streaming for?


Real-time streaming is especially important for auctions, AR/VR, financial news, live events, gaming, sports, trivia, and other cases where time-to-delivery and synchronicity of the live stream is mission critical.




What are the main causes of latency in live streaming?


1. Method of capture
A delay at the source because of the capture workflow of the publisher’s environment. For example, a video publisher may have pre and post processing requirements which cause the stream to be delayed before being sent to the receiving endpoint.

2. Encoding
It takes time for an encoder to receive the stream, process it, and output the new stream for delivery. Encoding can take place at the source of the capture or in the cloud, both cases will produce some delay.

3. Method of delivery
A traditional CDN will need to cache live stream segments on a global network before they are able to be delivered to viewers over HTTP, this will generally add 30-60 seconds of latency to a live stream. Specialized network deployments are required to deliver sub-second latency streaming at scale.




What low latency streaming technologies are currently available?


Historically RTMP (Real Time Messaging Protocol) was the standard for low and ultra low latency streaming. This protocol is still used today for publishing, however it is now obsolete for viewing because it requires the Adobe Flash plugin which disappears in April 2020.

Today the de facto standard for publishing any low latency and real time video is WebRTC.

WebRTC technology was originally developed for “real time communication” in a browser, which is essentially live video conferencing.

Recent innovations by Singapore based CoSMo software and Millicast have enabled WebRTC to support large-scale live broadcasting with sub-second latency audio and video streaming. WebRTC is currently the only current technology to support real-time, sub-second video streaming.

Other low-latency protocols and formats include CMAF, Apple Low Latency HLS, and the up and coming QUIC protocol. However, these protocols are not yet accepted standards.




What are my options for low latency streaming?


There are several options, the best solution for you depends on your use case and requirements. If 30-60 seconds latency is acceptable for your stream, you can use just about any existing solution on the market from CDN providers. If you need better than 30 seconds there are specialized media server software providers which can help you solve this problem.
If you want TRUE real-time latency streaming you have two options:
• Licensing a full stack infrastructure from CoSMo
OR
• If you want a fully managed solution, which includes provisioning features and dashboard i.e. configuring, deploying and managing your streaming business with guaranteed uptime, there is Millicast




For ultra low and realtime latency, what are the advantages of a fully managed solution?


- No setup required, instant activation.
Simply activate your account and you can begin streaming to your audience instantly, at any scale.

- Affordability
The time, money and risk required to properly configure, deploy, scale and manage your own infrastructure is far more expensive than a hosted solution like Millicast.

- Security
To properly secure your streams and infrastructure from unauthorized access requires advanced knowledge and experience. With Millicast this is built into the service by industry experts who understand the importance of securing your streams.

- Future proof
Regardless of changes to device support, browsers or protocols, updates to the service are updated and deployed for you with no extra cost, time or attention required.