Kaltura VPaaS (Video Platform as a Service) allows you to build any video experience or workflow, and to integrate rich video experiences into existing applications, business workflows and environments.
Kaltura VPaaS eliminates all complexities involved in handling video at scale: ingestion, transcoding, metadata, playback, distribution, analytics, accessibility, monetization, security, search, interactivity and more.

Available as an open API, with a set of SDKs, developer tools and dozens of code recipes, we’re making the video experience creation process as easy as it gets.

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CASE STUDIES

What are People Building with Kaltura?

2U built a personalized distance learning platform providing full degrees from leading accredited universities, merging synchronized Live and VOD experiences for one-on-one and collaborative group learning.
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GoGo built an inflight Paid TV service connecting inflight video rental and on-land mobile enabled video catch-up experience on Delta and American Airlines flights in the US.
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How Did I Do built an online platform to automatically analyze speaker communication skills and impact, and Skyword built a video marketplace and workflow management platform for enterprises.
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Toon Goggles built a platform catering to children and animators. Animators can publish their shows and access analytics on trends that can be presented to networks and investors.
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Thomson Reuters built a contextual rich-video search and distribution platform serving banks, trading desks and financial risk news consumers.
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Newsbeat Social built an end-to-end video ingestion, management, publishing, distribution, syndication, monetization and analytics workflow.
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News & Recent Discussions

JaM: PHP App Monitoring Made Easy

A few months back, we, at Kaltura, held an internal hackathon, this post will cover my hackathon project: a PHP monitoring system called JaM.

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Kaltura Hackathon 2015

Some of the things we pride ourselves on at Kaltura are collaboration, openness, and creativity. So at the end of the year, we ran our annual internal Kaltura Hackathon in Tel Aviv, with remote participants from New York and London.

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FOSDEM Open Media devroom

If you’re interested in Open Source Media projects, be sure to hit the Open Media devroom at FOSDEM next week. The conference is happening in Brussels on January 30 and 31. We’re proud to be organizing this particular developer room along with the European Broadcasting Union.

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Announcing: Kaltura support for PHP7

PHP 7 was officially released by the PHP team on Dec 3rd, 2015. This post is meant to be a general guide for people who wish to know what PHP 7 is about and what to expect when porting their code from PHP 5.5 to PHP 7.

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