Video Platform

Sati Hillyer Looking to Hire a Ruby Engineer to join OneMob - 2015 Gartner Cool Vendor for CRM Sales

February 22nd, 2014

I'm looking to build an app that leverages video and was hoping to get some advice on a video platform. Ultimately I'd like to be able to upload, share and track analytics around a video, so I was recommended the YouTube IFrame Player API - does anyone have any experience with this? Or do you recommend another platform?

I'm looking for something cost effective and scalable, so YouTube would seem like a good fit.


Tico Ballagas

February 22nd, 2014

I would recommend

Aleksandr Yarmolatii Experienced in Motion Graphics, Design, Video Production and Automation

July 21st, 2015

We just open our platform for beta. It's video production and automatization platform so you can take a look -

It's easy but we don't have many templates for now. Any feedback will be appreciated!


Brahm Singh Eng Head - Deep Search at Quixey

February 22nd, 2014

Hey Sati, could you please elaborate a bit more on the context in which you want to use this platform? Like how are the videos going to be used? Mobile? Web only?


February 22nd, 2014 and both have video analytics.

Chris Phenner

February 22nd, 2014

I would also have a look at: - LiveRail - Kaltura - Ooyala The only downside I see to using YouTube is that their player may not be compatible with every site's video standards (like VPaid, a video ad standard), but that may not matter for what you are trying to do / build. Also: Kaltura & LiveRail may have minimum fees, so not saying they are all free. Hope that helps, Chris

Sati Hillyer Looking to Hire a Ruby Engineer to join OneMob - 2015 Gartner Cool Vendor for CRM Sales

February 22nd, 2014

@brahm - the goal pretty simple I'm hoping. Create a video (could be made from mobile or not), upload and share so the viewer can see from web or mobile device.

Sati Hillyer Looking to Hire a Ruby Engineer to join OneMob - 2015 Gartner Cool Vendor for CRM Sales

February 22nd, 2014

Thanks all - do you know which of these platforms can be white-labeled? I want it to be transparent to the user and definitely ad free. This is a B2B, not consumers.

Nick Gory

February 22nd, 2014

This might help: Sociagram ( is a user generated video platform.  We make it easy for companies/apps to incorporate video (web/mobile) recording, storage and playback.

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February 22nd, 2014


Here is a list of white label video providers that I have worked with:


When you used these services, you can upload video content and create players and playlists to embed in your site/blog. All these services scale their players for responsive web to mobile optimization.

With the three above mentioned services, you can insert pre-roll ads in front of the content if need be and all have analytics dashboards to assess viewership. I know that Brightcove has an Omniture Site Catalyst integration and I'm sure the other have an open API you can use to get your data into SiteCatalyst or possibly Google Analytics. In fact, I just checked and Kaltura has a plugin for Google Analytics with documentation here:

Looks like Ooyala, our of Canada, is a competitor the above mentioned players.

You can also use a service like Vimeo, which has a premium tier as well, but you'd probably get better analytics out of a true hosted video platform than you would Vimeo, which may give you some basic analytics, but is not as robust. But, I could be'd have to do a little investigating to find out.