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Comparing the Top White Label Streaming Services – What Broadcasters Need To Know [2021 Update]

By Harmonie Duhamel

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Harmonie Duhamel

Harmonie is a Senior digital marketer with over 6 years in the Tech Industry. She has a strong marketing and sales background and loves to work in multilingual environments.

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      Video streaming technology is growing rapidly. As a broadcaster, you want the ability to keep your viewers focused on your content. 

      With white-label video platforms, you can nix third-party branding and advertisements that often come with free video hosting platforms, and put the focus on your brand. This simple upgrade will increase the professionalism of your content.

      Today, we’ll walk you through the hows and whys of white-label streaming services for your business or organization. Our goals are to equip you with the knowledge, tools, and confidence that you need to choose the white-label live streaming platform that works best for you.

      Table of Contents

      • What is a White-Label Streaming Service?
      • Benefits of Using a White-Label Video Player
      • How to Customize Your HTML5 Video Player
      • Top 12 White-Label Streaming Services
      • Conclusion

      What is a White-Label Streaming Service?

      white-label video
      A white-label streaming service uses a custom video player that reflects your branding rather than third-party branding.

      In the business world, a white-label product is manufactured by one company and sold to other companies to be repackaged and sold with their own branding.

      In the streaming world, in particular, white-label video streaming means broadcasting your content without districting logos or links that lead back to the provider’s page. 

      A white-label streaming service is an online video platform that is equipped with a white-label video player and the tools need to customize it to make it your own. This type of platform gives you the power to deliver distraction-free video content. Gone are the days of third-party restrictions that interfere with your content and viewers’ experience. 

      White-label video players are nothing new. JW Player, for example, has been serving this need for over a decade to those tech-savvy enough to implement them. However, the integration of white-label players into video platforms like Dacast is still fairly new in the streaming world.

      With newer integrations with easy-to-navigate video platforms, white-label streaming services no longer requires a technical background to get started. This means that more broadcasters than ever can benefit from white-label video players in order to promote their unique online video content.

      Benefits of Using a White-Label Video Player

      White-Label Video Player
      Dacast’s white-label video player includes ad-free streaming and full branding control.

      The list of benefits that come with a white-label streaming service is miles long. White-label video streaming platforms don’t just provide clean and professional video players to broadcasters. They typically offer additional flexibility for branding, video monetization, organization, and more. 

      In particular, white-label video streaming means you can incorporate your own logo in your video content. This feature helps to foster greater recognition of your brand and product to your viewers. 

      Additionally, white-label video players support the aesthetic and functional customization of your content and page. Some examples of cosmetic customizations include colors and fonts.

      The Dacast video player prioritizes white-label functions and features. The grounding idea is that broadcasters maintain ownership of their own content throughout the streaming process. This ownership is true both from a legal perspective and from the perspective of your viewers.

      Unlike free providers like YouTube, Dacast does not claim ownership of your content. Likewise, Dacast does not void any of your rights as a broadcaster. 

      Our video player is free of Dacast logos and provides ad-free streaming. Instead, you have full branding control of your content with a fully customizable and embeddable HTML5 video player.

      The Rise of White-Label Video Conferencing

      Since the world has begun to rely more and more on telecommunication and remote work, the need for white-label video conferences has grown.

      Some video platforms offer real-time latency or video conferencing integrations that allow professionals to host video conferences on reliable servers without any third-party branding. 

      This allows businesses and organizations to access the benefits of an online video platform, such as advanced security, high-quality streaming, and more.

      Monetization tools would also come into play when this style of video conferencing is used for small workshops, webinars, and conferences that require participation and engagement from all participants.

      How to Customize Your HTML5 Video Player

      html5 video player
      Use preset features and video API to customize your video player.

      The exact process for customizing your video player will vary from video platform to video platform. Generally, this process involves the configuration of an array of preset features and settings to choose from in addition to access to player API.

      API access gives you the ability to customize your player beyond the standard settings. That means that if there isn’t a setting that helps you customize an aspect of the video player, you can program it manually.

      Customizing your video player with API takes a little bit more technical know-how than it does to simply change preset settings. We recommend hiring a skilled programmer if you don’t have experience with it yourself.

      On the Dacast platform, in particular, broadcasters can create and add custom themes to your media players and easily alter them to match the look and feel of your existing website.

      You can also save themes to your account, which makes it quick and easy to have many channels with the same look and feel. This means that your viewers are guaranteed a more consistent experience when accessing your content.

      Video Player Monetization

      White-Label Video Monetization
      Monetize your content by using custom monetization methods with your white-label video player.

      The Dacast platform includes white-label video monetization with an integrated paywall. With the built-in paywall, you can handle payments right in the player and your viewers can easily pay for video content before they access it. This integration allows you to control rates, offer promo codes, and provide longer time windows for fast and easy access to your content.

      Please note that due to legal obligations, the video paywall feature may not always be completely white-labeled. Some regulations require the company that powers the paywall to be named. This should not pose any issues, but you can contact Dacast support directly for further questions about this aspect of white-label video streaming.

      If the transaction involves a credit card, the email receipts will also have to reference Dacast. This is because the company also appears on the credit card statement.

      For PayPal users, there will similarly be a reference to their service and site. For broadcasters requiring no mention of Dacast at all, we offer the ability to turn off credit card payments and select only PayPal if possible.

      Customizable Paywall on Dacast

      Beyond the white-label video player, Dacast’s paywall for pay-per-view and subscription monetization can be customized to represent your brand. 

      Changes to your paywall should be done with the audience in mind. You can add pricing in different currencies so that the paywall automatically populates with the appropriate pricing based on viewers’ location.

      Video Player Customizations for Accessibility 

      Many online video platforms offer advanced customizations of their white-label video players and paywalls to enhances the accessibility of their content. This is generally done with foreign and differently-abled viewers in mind.

      Closed captioning such as CES 608 and 708 version support is a major value add on any white-label video player. This is a common courtesy for viewers who are hard of hearing, deaf, or need any other language support. Automatic translations of subtitles and other text on and around the video player make content more easily accessible to audiences in countries with different native languages. On the same token, video paywalls that automatically convert to viewers’ local currency make video monetization

      Top White-Label Streaming Services

      There are several streaming solutions on the market that professional broadcasters in entertainment, media, and other industries use to share their content with their audiences.

      These professional white-label streaming services give broadcasters the ability to customize the branding on the video player itself.

      Let’s take a look at some of the top white-label video streaming platform alternatives for live and on-demand video streaming.

      1. Dacast

      white label streaming platform
      Dacast is a highly reliable streaming service with a white-label video player.

      Dacast is a white-label streaming service that hosts both live and on-demand video content. Our platform offers cloud-based streaming solutions for professional broadcasters.

      Dacast uses an HTML5 video player which is highly customizable. That means that you broadcasters can curate their video player with their own branding. Ad-free streaming is also a major plus of Dacast. This combination gives you the power to provide an on-brand, distraction-free viewing experience. 

      Key Features:




      • A large collection of features creates a slight learning curve

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: None (but 240p is the recommended minimum)
      • Maximum dimension: 1080p or 4K (depends on the user’s hardware and internet)
      • Video aspect ratio: No restrictions (but 16:9 is the default)
      • Max file size: None
      • Max video length: None
      • Total file storage: 10-1000GB (depends on plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MP4 (preferred), MOV, M4V, M2V, AVI, MPG, FLV, WMV, MKV, WEBM, OGV, MXF, ASF, VOB, MTS


      Dacast has many live streaming pricing options. The pricing packages are as follows:

      • Starter plan: ideal for newcomers with 1.2 TB of bandwidth and 50 GB of storage per year, at just $39 per month billed annually.
      • Scale plan: includes 24 TB of bandwidth per year, with 1 TB of storage for $188 per month billed annually. These Scale pricing plans add phone support, monetization paywall, an M3U8 online player for live channels, ad insertion, white-label video player, and video API access. Additional bandwidth is available upon request for monthly plans. Read more here about Dacast’s live streaming pricing plans.
      • Event plan: for organizations that would rather not sign a contract, and want to purchase bandwidth separately to live stream an event. It offers 6 TB of bandwidth upfront, 50 GB of storage, and costs just $63 per month (or $750/year). Additional data and storage can be added as needed.

      Broadcasters can contact Dacast directly to learn more about custom-priced high-volume plans.

      2. Muvi

      Muvi is another great option for white-label streaming. This platform is primarily known for hosting video training platforms and online courses. Muvi’s education streaming solution has a wide range of features to help educators reach their audience.

      Please note that Muvi is not only for educational institutions, but organizations that need the ability to stream lectures, training sessions, and similar content. 

      This platform supports multiple video monetization methods. Muvi also provides access to API and white-label video players. The platform supports both video and audio streaming. 

      All of these features are managed and controlled from a single CMS, which makes it a great choice for education broadcasters.

      Key Features:

      • White-label HTML5 video player
      • Video monetization support
      • Live and on-demand hosting
      • Reliable content delivery 
      • Easy-to-use video CMS
      • Video privacy and security 
      • Compatible streaming


      • Customizable v video player
      • Video analytics
      • Monetization tools
      • DRM and security features
      • Live and on-demand hosting
      • Powerful CDN
      • Wide variety of streaming tools


      • Minimal integration support
      • CMS user interface is complex
      • Does not support China video delivery

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: 144p (256 x 144)
      • Maximum dimension: 4K (3840  x2160)
      • Aspect ratio: 16:9, 4:3
      • Max file size: not available
      • Max video length: not available
      • Total file storage: 1TB, 2TB, 5TB (depending on plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, VOB, M4V, AVI, 3GP, MPG


      Muvi offers five different pricing plans for schools and businesses, including:

      • Standard: $399/month (+ $299/month per app + infra fees), allows 2000 concurrent viewers, 1TB each of bandwidth and storage, and API support.
      • Professional: at $1,499 per month (+ $499/month per app + infra fees) increases limits further and adds premium support.
      • Enterprise: $3,900 per month (+ $499/month per app + infra fees) adds a dedicated server with auto-scaling.
      • Ultimate: $8,900/month (+ $499/month per app + infra fees) doubles the bandwidth and storage of the enterprise plan and adds your own CDN and unlimited API calls.
      • Black: this is a custom solution and includes everything in the Ultimate plan plus premium services and project management.

      3. Livestream

      Vimeo live Streaming Solution
      Livestream is a premium streaming platform from Vimeo.

      Next up in our best live streaming platforms review is Livestream. Livestream is an offering from Vimeo, which is an online video platform that originally launched in 2004 with offerings for a consumer audience. In 2017, the company acquired the Livestream OVP which opened doors to the professional streaming space.

      Livestream is a great option for professional broadcasters that are seeking a premier white-label streaming platform. However, this platform is priced for a more advanced audience with larger budgets.

      Key Features:

      • White-label HTML5 video player
      • Full-HD quality streaming
      • All-device video player 
      • Adaptive bitrate streaming
      • Easy embedding on any website
      • Live audience chat tools
      • Monetization support


      • Large storage capacity for on-demand streaming
      • High-quality video content
      • Easy video upload
      • Reliable privacy and security


      • Does not support China video delivery

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Recommended dimension: 720p (1280 x 720)
      • Video aspect ratio: 16:9, 4:3
      • Max file size: 3GB
      • Max video length: Information not available 
      • Total file storage: Information not available
      • Compatible video formats: MP4 (recommended)


      Vimeo Livestream offers three main pricing plans, including:

      1) Vimeo Premium:

      • Premium pricing: $75/month
      • Their Premium plan includes both live streaming and VOD support. This plan is the best option for professional broadcasting on this platform.

      2) Vimeo Enterprise:

      • Enterprise Pricing: Please contact Vimeo for custom pricing information
      • The Enterprise plan includes white-label service, monetization, and video API access. It also includes branding control and added security features.

      3) Vimeo OTT:

      • Starter Pricing: $1/subscriber per month
      • Growth Pricing: starting at $500/month
      • This OTT-specific pricing package comes with the relationship. These plans include all the basics for starting your web-based OTT channel, as well as growing your OTT business online.

      4. Wowza

      Wowza was founded in 2005 as a solution with the idea of simplifying video delivery. It is a unified white-label streaming solution that supports both live and on-demand streaming. Thanks to the HTML5 video player, the platform supports all-device streaming.

      This platform offers its Wowza Streaming Engine for self-hosted video workflows in addition to the Wowza Streaming Cloud, which is a comprehensive streaming solution. Wowza allows broadcasters to build highly customized streaming workflows using third-party integrations, APIs, and other advanced features.

      Key Features:

      • Cloud transcoding capabilities
      • Live streaming and VOD hosting
      • White-label video player for brand control
      • HTML5 video player for universality 
      • API access for customization
      • Top-notch customer support


      • Customization options
      • Valuable streaming tools
      • Live stream recording
      • Cloud management portal
      • 4K streaming
      • Wide range of security options


      • No video monetization 
      • Limited video analytics 

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: 240p (320 x 240)
      • Maximum dimension: 4K (3840 x 2160) 
      • Video aspect ratio: 16:9, 4:3
      • Max file size: Not available
      • Max video length: Not available
      • Total file storage: 250 GB (depends on the plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MP4, FLV, MP3, SMIL, AMLST, ID3, NGRP


      Wowza has several pricing options. These are split into two main tiers: Streaming Cloud and Streaming Engine.

      The Wowza Streaming Cloud offers 3 distinct pricing plans and services. Live Event Pricing, monthly plans include:

      • Basic: $99/month; includes 20 hours of live streaming and 1000 viewing hours based on video resolution of 720p
      • One Month Event: $149 one-time purchase; includes 20 hours of live streaming and 1000 viewing hours also at 720p
      • Plus: $499/month; includes 150 hours of live streaming and 7000 viewing hours based on video resolution of 720p

      All of the Live Event plans include full brand control, multi-bitrate streaming, and HD and UHD streaming.

      The Wowza Streaming Engine has its own pricing plans. These professional-grade streaming plans are billed annually and include:

      • Basic: $125/month + $145/month for each additional instance and $125/month for each additional prepaid instance
      • One Month Event: $245/month + $155/month for each additional instance and $95/month for each additional prepaid instance
      • Enterprise: Please contact Wowza directly for access to their custom-tailored high volume enterprise solutions

      5. Vidyard

      white label video vidyard
      Vidyard is a white-label video platform with a variety of functionalities.

      Vidyard is a white-label video streaming platform that provides specialized features for marketing and lead generation. These special business tools are built for marketing, sales, and corporate communications.

      The Vidyard streaming platform includes tools that are designed to improve audience reach and viewer engagement so that businesses can generate qualified leads. 

      Key Features:

      • White-label HTML5 video player
      • Specialized marketing tools 
      • Powerful video analytics
      • Interactive tools for engagement
      • Video CMS
      • Reliable security


      • Suited for professional broadcasting
      • Wide range of professional features
      • Reliable technical support
      • Access to a large user community for support


      • Inconsistent positive user reviews 
      • Complex editing tools
      • No China video delivery

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension:  360p (480 x 360)
      • Maximum dimension:  4k (3840 x 2160)
      • Video aspect ratio:16:9, 4:3
      • Max file size: 5GB to 16GB (depends on the plan)
      • Max video length: 1 hour (live stream)
      • Total file storage: Not available
      • Compatible video formats: WEBM, MP4, MKV, MOV


      Vidyard pricing plans come in a few different tiers, split amongst two categories: Individual and Teams. All plans are billed annually.

      Here’s how they are broken down.

      • Individual 
        • Free – $0/month
        • Pro – $15/month
      • Teams
        • Teams – $300/month
        • Business – $1250/month

      6. JW Player

      JW Player was originally founded as a video player, and it has since turned into a professional white-label video streaming service. The platform supports both live and on-demand video streaming.

      JW Player is a highly capable player that is based on open-source coding. This gives broadcasters the ability to customize their streaming experience. The live streaming platform includes the player itself, among other useful features.

      Key Features:

      • HTML5 video player
      • Live and on-demand hosting
      • Cloud-based content management platform
      • Up to 1080p HD streaming
      • AVOD monetization support
      • Multi-bitrate and adaptive streaming
      • Email support
      • Video API access 
      • Advanced security (on custom plans)


      • High-quality video streaming
      • “Watch next” recommendations for increased viewership
      • Global content delivery


      • No China video delivery
      • Only basic security features
      • Only ad-based monetization

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: 360p (640 x 360)
      • Maximum dimension: 1080p (1920 x 1080)
      • Video aspect ratio: 16:9, 4:3, 2.39:1
      • Max file size: 25GB
      • Max video length: Not available
      • Total file storage: 25GB to 500GB (depends on the plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, 3GP, FLV


      With JW Player, live streaming support begins at a free trial level. There are three pricing plan tiers, including:

      • 30-day free trial subscription which includes full API and SDK access, and a non-commercial license, with 25 GB hosting bandwidth and 75 GB streaming.
      • Starter pricing plan for $10 per month, which includes an HTML5 Video Player and video gallery, with 150 GB hosting bandwidth and 500 GB streaming (50,000 plays) per month billed annually.
      • Enterprise plans are available with custom pricing for high-volume storage and streaming. Enterprise plans support live streaming, while lower-tier plans only support VOD.  

      Enterprises should contact JW Player directly for custom pricing and features.

      7. Brightcove

      brightcove video cloud
      Brightcove is a top-notch white-label streaming platform.

      Brightcove is a white-label streaming platform that is designed for larger businesses. Brightcove divides its streaming product offerings into several discrete categories. These include Video Player, OTT Flow, Video Marketing Suite, and a number of others. 

      They have recently acquired another streaming platform called Ooyala, and they’ve since announced the end-of-life plans for the Ooyala platform.

      Key Features:

      • White-label HTML5 video player
      • Token-based REST APIs
      • 24/7 customer support
      • Live and on-demand streaming support
      • Server-side ad insertion
      • Cloud transcoding and adaptive bitrate streaming
      • CRM integrations


      • Reliable customer support
      • All-device support for universal streaming
      • Easy video sharing
      • Advertising support


      • No China video delivery support

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: Determined by user
      • Maximum dimension: Determined by user 
      • Video aspect ratio: No restrictions (since Brightcove uses a responsive player)
      • Max file size: No limits on files size
      • Max video length: No published limits
      • Total file storage: Varies by plan
      • Compatible video formats: MP4, MOV, FLV, AVI, WMV, MKV, 3GPP


      Brightcove offers several pricing plan levels. These include the following:

      • Starter: includes 50 to 200 videos, up to 100,000 plays, and 2-5 users
      • Professional: unlimited videos, 100,000+ plays, and no overages plays, with +10 users
      • Enterprise: unlimited videos, 100,000+ plays, and no overages plays, with 10+ users, unlimited upload, and analytics-only users

      Brightcove doesn’t publish its pricing plans for its white-label streaming services online. For a customized quote, you need to contact them directly to discuss your specific business needs.

      8. Flowplayer

      Flowplayer is an online video platform that is primarily known for its white-label streaming services and monetization solutions. 

      If you are looking for a streaming solution that is simple but capable, Flowplayer could be an option for you.

      Key Features

      • HTML5 video player
      • White-label streaming
      • Award-winning monetization solutions
      • Live streaming and VOD hosting
      • Powerful video analytics
      • Android and iOS SDK for mobile app development


      • Mobile streaming support
      • Tools for marketing
      • Dedicated customer support


      • No China video delivery
      • Relatively basic platform 

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: 426 x 240
      • Maximum dimension: 3840 x 2160
      • Video aspect ratio: 16:9 (supports others but 16:9 is the default)
      • Max file size: unavailable
      • Max video length: unavailable 
      • Total file storage: 50 GB, 150GB, or custom (depends on plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MP4 (recommended)


      Flowplayer has three pricing plan packages: Standard, Professional, and Enterprise:

      • Standard – $25/month, includes 50,000 monthly plays, custom player, video management, playlists, and analytics
      • Professional – $100/month, includes 50,000 monthly plays, all standard features above, and adds video monetization and ad analytics
      • Enterprise – $500/month, includes a minimum of 500,000 monthly plays, and features above, and adds live streaming, live analytics, DRM, mobile SDKs, and dedicated support

      9. IBM Cloud Video 

      IBM Online video platform
      IBM Cloud Video is another great white-label streaming option.

      IBM Cloud Video an online video platform that is geared towards the enterprise streaming market with a variety of cloud video hosting and streaming services. IBM Cloud Video is one of many offerings from the IBM tech empire.

      Like Dacast, IBM Cloud video includes white-label streaming, file upload, management, and delivery for live and on-demand content.

      Key Features:

      • White-label HTML5 video player 
      • High-quality streaming (4K)
      • All-device streaming
      • Internal content delivery network for reliable distribution
      • Hong Kong (China) video hosting
      • Monetization tools


      • Extensive collection of broadcasting tools
      • Customizable video player
      • Access to an enterprise-grade content delivery network


      • API access is only available with more expensive plans
      • White-label streaming capabilities limited on basic plans

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: 480p (480 x 270)
      • Maximum dimension:  4K (3840 x 2160)
      • Video aspect ratio: No published aspect ratio
      • Max file size: 4 GB
      • Max video length: No published limits
      • Total file storage: 1TB – 5TB (depends on plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MKV, MP4, MOV, FLV, AVI, WMV, MPEG2, H264, H263, MPEG4, VP6, VP8, THEORA, WMV, MP3, AAC-LC, NELLYMOSER, PCM, SPEEX, VORBIS, WMA


      IBM pricing plans range from $99 to $999 per month and include the following:

      • Silver: $99/month
      • Gold: $499/month
      • Platinum: $999/month
      • Custom: Please contact IBM Cloud video for custom plan pricing.

      10. Kaltura

      Kaltura is a unique offering among the other white-label streaming options we’ve discussed. This platform uses an open-source layout, which means that it is highly customizable. For that reason alone, Kaltura is a preferred platform for broadcasters with unique streaming needs.

      The downside of Kaltura’s ultra-customizability is that the platform can be confusing to use. With so many different features, it can be overwhelming for beginner users.

      Key Features:

      • White-label streaming
      • HTML5 video player
      • Secure video delivery 
      • Live transcoding
      • Video marketing tools
      • Video APIs, SDKs, developer tools, and code recipes
      • Multi-bitrate and adaptive streaming
      • Security features 
      • Monetization support including SVOD, AVOD, and TVOD (PPV streaming)


      • Highly customizable 
      • Variety of monetization options
      • Global content delivery 
      • Flexibility with CDNs (it’s possible to bring your own)


      • No China video delivery
      • A highly complex streaming platform

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: 180p (320 x 180)
      • Maximum dimension: 1080p (1920x 1080)
      • Video aspect ratio: 16:9, 4:3
      • Max file size: 2GB
      • Max video length: Not available
      • Total file storage: 10GB to Unlimited (depends on the plan)
      • Compatible video formats: MOV, MP4


      Kaltura’s pricing varies by plan. Users can buy credits to spend on bandwidth and feature access. Please contact them directly for a more information

      11. Uscreen

      uscreen white label service
      Uscreen has a powerful white-label video player.

      Uscreen is a unified streaming platform that supports both live and on-demand OTT streaming. This platform is equipped with all of the tools that organizations need to host and deliver educational content, whether it be training videos for enterprises or online courses for schools.

      Uscreen has streaming solutions for businesses that want to host an online training platform. Community-related tools are useful for internal use.

      Key Features:

      • White-label streaming
      • HTML5 video player
      • Support for marketing tools
      • Video analytics
      • Community growth tools
      • Limitations on monetization
      • High-level privacy and security


      • Generally easy to use
      • Clean video gallery layout
      • Reliable customer service


      • Developer support is needed for some customizations
      • Some complaints about the functionality of analytics
      • Slow to roll out new features

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Recommended dimensions: 1080p/2k or smaller
      • Supported aspect ratios: Unavailable
      • Maximum file size: 13 GB
      • Maximum video length: Unavailable
      • Total file storage: 3000, 7500, 7500+ minutes
      • Accepted video formats: MP4 (Recommended)


      Uscreen has three different pricing plans for broadcasting, including:

      • Basic:  $49/month + $0.50/subscriber
      • Amplify: $399/month + $0.50/subscriber
      • Enterprise: Customizable plans for enterprise users with greater needs

      12. VPlayed

      Vplayed is a white-label streaming service that is powered by Contus. This platform supports both live and on-demand streaming and is primarily used for educational purposes. This platform offers support for everything from small projects to large-scale operations.

      Vplayed is also very customizable in nature, so it is a great option for broadcasters that have unique streaming needs. 

      Key Features:

      • White-label HTML5 video player
      • All-devices streaming
      • Live streaming and VOD
      • Support for video monetization 
      • Reliable security
      • Communication integrations
      • Highly customizable experience


      • End-to-end solution
      • Monetization options for revenue generation
      • Well-suited for online educators
      • No demo version available


      • Limitations on analytics

      Upload Guidelines and Specs:

      • Minimum dimension: unavailable
      • Maximum dimension: no larger than source dimension
      • Aspect ratio: 4:3, 16:9 (suggested)
      • Max file size: No limits
      • Max video length: unavailable
      • Total file storage: unavailable
      • Compatible video formats: not specified
      • Pricing:

      Vplayed does not publish prices on its site. Please contact their sales team for custom pricing.


      With the help of a white-label streaming platform, you can customize your video player with your branding, preferred color scheme, paywalls, and more. The content is already yours, so the video player should be, too.

      White-label streaming services are essential for professional broadcasting. It is the only way to own your content and publish it on a platform with no trace of a third-party host.

      Dacast offers white-label video streaming on all of our plans, including the Starter plan that costs just $39 per month. In other words, you never have to pay extra to reap the benefits of our white-label services. 

      Ready to choose a streaming service with white-label capabilities? You can try out Dacast and all of our professional broadcasting features risk-free for 30 days. Explore our white-label video player, monetization tools, customization services, and more.

      All you have to do to get started is create a Dacast account today. No credit card required.

      We’d love to help you get set up today!


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      As always, thanks for reading, and good luck with your broadcasts.

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      Harmonie Duhamel

      Harmonie is a Senior digital marketer with over 6 years in the Tech Industry. She has a strong marketing and sales background and loves to work in multilingual environments.

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      H.266 Codec: What is Versatile Video Coding (VVC)?

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      Emily Krings

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