Aiko video player
The beloved Aiko player is the perfect fit for your streaming projects. It integrates perfectly with the encoder studio software, but you can also use it as a stand alone video player within your webpage. Aiko has many customizable options to
fit your needs.
Love what you do, stream what you love!
Broaden your audience, maximize your reach and increase your viewers.
Make your video available in as many languages as you want. Each additional language increases your reach and helps you get that global audience.
Thanks to the Aiko player you don’t need to produce a separate video for each language. You only need to add one audio track for each additional language and you are ready to share it to the worldwide web.
Our Aiko features
Whether you are watching on desktop or mobile Aiko is optimized to fit any screen size.
If your video has multiple language tracks, a language selector automatically becomes available.
Automatic Browser Detection
The Aiko Player detects multiple browsers and and adapts its rendering engine to the possibilities and limitations of the browser.
You can share the video to social media platforms like facebook, YouTube, Twitter, ...
Aiko detects your network speed and adapts the video quality automatically ensuring a smooth playing video.
You can customize the controls and appearence to fit your needs. You can find out how in our online documentation.
You can fully control the Aiko Player with your keyboard: playback, language selection, quality switch and more.
Easy to integrate
The Aiko player has the ability to stream Picture-in-Picture, allowing you to playback 2 videos within 1 player.
The video player has subtitle support to be displayed within the stream.
Combine various video snippets into a playlist and Aiko plays them one after another.
Cross Browser compatibility
AikoPlayer is tested and works on any platforms.
Linked topics, speakers,...
Working with Encoder Studio Software you can assign your own specified metadata within the AikoPlayer.
The player is capable of playing back audio-only streams.