A video SDK for Windows
with WebRTC support

MFormats SDK is a powerful video framework
tailored for the content production and broadcast industries.

WebRTC was originally developed by Google for video conferencing.
It turned out, that the technology was so well-designed, that it is currently being used in professional video broadcasting.

WebRTC is currently natively supported by Chrome, Opera, Firefox and Microsoft Edge.
Use cases
Use WebRTC to stream from app to browser, from browser to app and from app to app.
Web-based interfaces
Build web UI for your Windows applications – from basic video monitoring to frame-accurate video editing.
High-quality video transmission
Reliably transmit your media between remote locations.
Video aquisition
Allow mobile devices and web browsers to connect to your native Windows app as video sources.
Key features of the WebRTC SDK
Our WebRTC implementation is benchmarked against the standards of the industry.
1. Frame accuracy
Create online video editing tools that have almost the same precision as desktop solutions.
2. Low latency
Allow users to join the show with less than 1 second delay.
3. Up to 4K video
Stream up to 10 Mbps video and up to 512 kbps audio.
4. GPU-powered H.264 encoding
Lift the load off your PC to deliver high-quality streams via Nvidia's NVENC and Intel's Quick Sync.
5. Easy to connect
No ports to configure. Works instantly in almost any network environment.
6. Built-in statistics
Know exactly what's going on: from audio quality to video quality to sync.
Supported broadcast hardware
With each of our licenses you can build as many apps as you want and sell them to everyone in the world. We only care about the size of your team.
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