Amazon IVS is a managed technology that takes the world of interactive streaming (LIVE) by storm by enabling streamers to let their audience feel engaged. It is quick and easy to set up this AWS interactive video service on both mobile (Android and iOS) and the web.
Live streaming market size was $37.35 Billion with 67M+ users (IVS Usage) by 2022 and is estimated to grow in the future. Global video streaming platform TWITCH uses IVS, 20M+ Views/ Day | 3M+ Monthly Streams | 90+ PoPs.
All digital content creators and publishers, including OTT platforms, Gaming Industries, Media Houses, Live Event Organizers, etc., can use IVS to provide a world-class viewing experience to their potential audience.
IVS has a built-in timed metadata API to display infographics or any other component in live streaming. AWS interactive video service allows automation & monitoring by integrating with other services like AWS CloudWatch and AWS EventBridge.
Amazon's Interactive Video Service is easy to use as it is fully managed and handles transcoding, packaging, and content delivery with low latency.
Amazon IVS has its own built-in Player SDK to give an engaging experience and low latency without any additional effort.
Amazon’s interactive video service has a quick setup and is well-known for making video streaming simple for all audiences around the world to consume.
AWS IVS chat lets you personalize video streaming by chatting with viewers in real-time. Build a chatroom & send messages to the audience that they can see; however, they can’t edit it.
A digital content creator can record live video and store it in Amazon S3 buckets, and later use it as VOD content with AWS Elemental MediaConvert or stream directly.
Setting up and using Amazon IVS is simple which reduces its cost; moreover, it uses a pay-as-you-go pricing model.