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Zoom vs Dyte

A point to point comparison between Zoom SDK and Dyte. And expose features and value offer by VideoSDK.

Zoom Video SDK

The Zoom Video SDK provides a reliable video conferencing experience similar to the original Client, but with added flexibility. It encompasses a wide range of services, including audio, video, chat, screen sharing, data streams, server-side APIs, and webhooks. This extensive set of features allows developers to create customized and immersive video communication experiences within their applications.


Dyte provides a real-time video conferencing SDK that facilitates seamless integration of customized, secured, high-quality live video and voice into your web, mobile, and desktop applications and websites with minimal code.

How VideoSDK make a difference

Zoom Video SDK and Dyte SDK are powerful tools for integrating video conferencing into applications. The Zoom Video SDK provides developers with the ability to embed Zoom's robust video capabilities seamlessly, enhancing virtual collaboration. On the other hand, Dyte SDK offers a versatile solution for building custom video applications with real-time communication features. Both SDKs empower developers to create immersive video experiences tailored to their specific needs, fostering innovation in online communication and collaboration.

The VideoSDK revolutionizes live experiences by providing a modern, all-in-one solution for live video, audio calls, streaming, and collaboration. It's a lightweight SDK that makes creating immersive and engaging live experiences simple and seamless.

Let's explore the features and capabilities of VideoSDK in comparison to Dyte and Zoom, highlighting the reasons why VideoSDK stands out as the superior choice for your diverse requirements.

Features Comparison : Zoom vs Dyte vs VideoSDK

Explore features in Zoom Video SDK, Dyte, and VideoSDK for optimal communication. Compare and choose the best solution for seamless collaboration.

Zoom Video SDK
Video SDK

No. of participants (Including hosts)

Zoom Video SDK supports limited participants.

Dyte SDK supports limited participants.

VideoSDK supports millions participants.

Ease of SDK Integration

Tough and restrictive

Dyte SDK easy to integrate but it take more time.

VideoSDK generally requires more than 2 weeks for SDK integration.

Adpative audio/video quality

Adpative audio/video quality not available in Zoom Video SDK.

Dyte SDK not offers adaptive audio/video quality.

VideoSDK offers adaptive audio/video quality.

Works behind the Firewall, Private Network




Role Management, Permissions, Policy and Templates

Zoom Video SDK offer limited Role Management, Permissions, Policy & Templates.

Dyte offer custom roles that are specific to your use-case.

VideoSDK offer Role Management, Permissions, Policy & Templates.

Automatic video and audio track degrade due to bandwidth in-consistency

Not available

Not Available


Dynamic Layout for Studio and RTMP Live Streaming

Not available

Not available

In VideoSDK no needed manual configuration.

Build collaborative features like chat, poll, Q & A, whiteboard etc.

In Zoom Video SDK collaborative features are available but it`s limited.

In Dyte collaborative features is available.

Collaborative features available VideoSDK.

Virtual Background, Live Transcription & ML Middleware

Not available

Complex Integration.

Easy integration


Only for a few states



Pricing Model

Usage based

Usage based

Usage based Price

Interactive Live Streaming

Zoom Video SDK not supports interactive live streaming.

Dyte support Interactive Live Streaming

VideoSDK supports interactive live streaming.

Cloud Recording

Zoom Video SDK offers cloud recording capabilities.

VideoSDK offers cloud recording capabilities.

VideoSDK offers cloud recording capabilities.

Interactive Whiteboard

Zoom Video SDK provides an interactive whiteboard feature.

Dyte provides an interactive whiteboard feature.

VideoSDK provides an interactive whiteboard feature.

Price Comparison : Zoom vs Dyte vs VideoSDK

Effortlessly compare prices between Zoom Video SDK, Dyte, and VideoSDK to make informed decisions for your video communication solutions.

Zoom Video SDK
Video SDK

Volume Discount

Zoom Video SDK not offer the volume discount.

Dyte not offer the volume discount.

VideoSDK offer the volume discount.

Video Conferencing

  • $3.5 per 1,000 minutes

Dyte Charge $4 per minute for HD only.

  • Video SD: $2.00
  • Video HD: $3.00
  • Video Full HD: $7.00
  • Video 2K: $7.00
  • Video 2K+: $7.00



Dyte offer free analytics.

VideoSDK offer free analytics.

Compliance & Privacy

Zoom provides robust support for Only SOC 2 Type 2 compliance.

Dyte provides robust support only HIPPA compliance but it take charge $200/month.

Secure real-time audio-video to your app or website with compliance and privacy.

  1. HIPPA Complaint
  2. GDPR Complaint
  3. Data Localization
  4. SOC 2 Type 2
  5. VAPT(Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing,)
  6. CERT-in (Indian Computer Emergency Response Team )

Cloud recording pricing

  • $4 per 1,000 minutes

Dyte cloud recording pricing is: Video HD: $10.00 1,000 minutes

  • Video SD: $15.00 1,000 minutes, No limit on participants
  • Video HD: $15.00 1,000 minutes,No limit on participants

RTMP pricing

  • $3.5 per 1,000 minutes

Dyte RTMP pricing is $15 per 1,000 minutes

  • $15 per 1,000 minutes

ILS pricing


Aggregated resolution based per participant pricing

  • $0.001 per participant minute (Also supports Full HD)

Storage pricing

  • $100 per month

Extra cost

  • $3 per 1000 minutes per month

Support Comparison : Zoom vs Dyte vs VideoSDK

Zoom Video SDK
Video SDK






  • Plans upto $1900 per month



Access to Testing



All paid accounts get access to testing support from Video SDK.

Access to TAM / CS Engineer



Dedicated CS & Solution Engineers




Inexpensive SLA with 99.9% uptime


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