Save months of development time by using our amazing iOS framework!

VideoKit is a powerful video playing and streaming framework for iOS developers , it’s coded with Objective-C language. It supports playing local & remote files (mkv, divx, xvid, ogg, vorbis and more) and supports streaming popular protocols & formats (mms, http, rtsp, rtmp, rtp, mjpeg).

Protocols

Stream video from multiple protocols (http, mms, rtsp, rtmp)

Airplay

Supports Airplay and secondary screens via cable

NSObject derived player

Player is an NSObject instance, so can be used without UI

Containers

Play most popular video & audio containers such as MKV, AVI, MP4, OGG ,WAVE ...

Fullscreen&Embedded

Showing video/stream both in fullscreen and embedded

Volume level

Showing video/stream both in fullscreen and embedded

Codecs

Supports all popular audio & video codecs (h264, divx, xvid, mp3, vorbis ...)

Multiple players

Supports multiple players on same view / viewcontroller

Change Audio Streams

Supports multiple audio streams and cycling them in realtime

What our customers say about iOS VideoKit
Our framework is used by many companies & developers in several iOS apps.
The following testimonials are some examples about what our customers are saying about iOS VideoKit.

cloudcam

- Jasper Pieterse, Cloud Camera

rudolf

- DI Rudolf Schamberger, easyMOBIZ

magnify

- The MAGNIFY Team

"It was easy to integrate our streaming service into our app, as we needed support for more video codec. It saved us a lot of development time."

"After iOS webview stopped displaying MJPEG videos natively we were searching for a new solution for ayControl KNX. With iOS Video Kit we found it and it not only gives us MJPEG but a lot more. We are very happy about the H.264 and H.263 video support and about RTP/RTSP streaming as well."

"iOS VideoKit has truly been a pleasure to work with. Starting from the demo stages, the company was very willing to help with our inquires, despite us not having committed to buying the product yet. The detail and depth of their assistance surpasses any other similar firm that we've worked with to date. Even during a time when we were in a bind, the iOS VideoKit team bent over backwards to rectify our situation in a timely fashion. Combine all this wonderful service with a top notch, regularly-updated, and stable product, and you know right away that the iOS VideoKit is a product which you definitely should invest in. Thanks so much for your wonderful product and continued support / dedication!"

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Latest Posts

2.7

New update 2.5

Hello, this update includes bug fixes and improvements below. Have fun with a more stable and more powerful version of VideoKit 😉 Below is the release notes of version 2.5, Version: 2.5 – Release Date: June 2016 • Added zoom to anywhere functionality with pinch in/out gesture on video as in whatsapp • FTP protocol […]

2.7

New update 2.4 (tvOS Support)

Hey everybody, We have added tvOS support to VideoKit in this version, updated the latest ffmpeg libraries and fixed some important issues. Have fun with a more stable and more powerful version of VideoKit on iOS & now tvOS platform 😉 Below is the release notes of version 2.4, Version: 2.4 – Release Date: Nov […]

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VideoKit for tvOS

As of September 2015, Apple announced their new operating system tvOS for the new Apple TV platform. This is a great news for the developers as they can submit their new tvOS apps for Apple TV on App Store. tvOS is mostly built on top of iOS platform, that means iOS developers won’t have much […]

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Using iOS VideoKit Titanium Module in an Appcelerator Project

Hello everyone, In this post we are going to talk about Titanium, an open-source software development kit for cross-platform mobile development, and the Appcelerator Platform, a mobile engagement platform that provides cross-platform native mobile app development using JavaScript. We have ported iOS VideoKit project into a Titanium module, and in this post we will learn […]