Radium alternatives and similar software solutions
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9.3 10.0 Radium VS VideoLAN Client (VLC)VLC media player - All pull requests are ignored, please follow https://wiki.videolan.org/Sending_Patches_VLC/
9.1 6.7 Radium VS StreamaSelf hosted streaming media server. https://docs.streama-project.com/
8.4 9.9 L2 Radium VS ZoneminderZoneMinder is a free, open source Closed-circuit television software application developed for Linux which supports IP, USB and Analog cameras.
8.3 9.8 Radium VS OwncastTake control over your live stream video by running it yourself. Streaming + chat out of the box.
8.0 0.0 L1 Radium VS EmbyEmby Server is a personal media server with apps on just about every device.
6.7 5.4 L4 Radium VS RestreamerDatarhei/Restreamer allows you to do h.264 real-time video streaming on your website without a streaming provider
5.1 8.3 Radium VS MediaCMSMediaCMS is a modern, fully featured open source video and media CMS, written in Python/Django and React, featuring a REST API.
Darwin Streaming Server is Apple's open source version of the QuickTime Streaming Server technology allowing you to send streaming media across the Internet using the industry standard RTP and RTSP protocols.
4.2 0.0 L5 Radium VS MistServerThe official mistserver source repository - www.mistserver.com
2.5 7.2 Radium VS OblectoOblecto is a media server, which streams media you already own, and is designed to be at the heart of your entertainment experience. It runs on your home server to index and analyze your media such as Movies and TV Shows and presents them in an interface tailored for your media consupmtion needs.
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🖥️Demo may take a minute to wake app
Advanced Controls found below the player
- RTMP to HLS stream with VOD capabilities
- Direct HLS playback
- Play, pause, and sync all members in the room
- Sync Room
- Sync button pushes users time to all clients*
- No login, simply enter a displayname
- Custom emotes from images
- Admin authentication*
- Now Playing
- Set what is being played more info
- More coming soon!
*Only Admins are able to sync the room
Radium runs in a Docker container, simply modify and run the docker command.
# Basic Docker Container $ docker run -d --name=radium -p 3000:3000 -e BASE_URL=https://radium.example.com zibbp/radium:latest
Prefer using docker compose? Check out the
Want to use Heroku? Click the button, enter environment variables, and click deploy!
Base URL (REQUIRED)
The base url is required for basic functionality.
If not using a reverse proxy and a domain, the IP and PORT need to be supplied.
# Add the following environment variable -e BASE_URL=https://radium.example.com
# Add the following environment variable -e BASE_URL=http://220.127.116.11:3000
The HLS url can be changed via an environment variable or within the application when running. To set a permanent url, pass the environment variable
# Add the following environment variable -e HLS_URL=https://domain.com/stream.m3u8
HLS_URL variable is not passed through, a default demo file will play.
Visit the documentation for generating HLS media.
The admin token is automatically generated and logged to the console whenever started, but a custom one can be passed through.
# Add the following environment variable -e ADMIN_TOKEN=secret123
Visit the documentation for token usage.
Looking for something else? Check out these amazing opensource projects.
- MovieNight This is a single-instance streaming server with chat. Originally written to replace Rabbit as the platform for watching movies with a group of people online.
- Open Streaming Platform A Self-Hosted Video Streaming and Recording Server Using Python, Flask, Nginx-RTMP.
- Jellyfin The Free Software Media System v10.6 introduced a synced playback feature
Radium is distributed under the terms of the MIT license. See LICENSE.md for details.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Radium README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.