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Aviary Pricing

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Users that are only interested in accessing content in Aviary can browse public content for free and request access to restricted content as a registered user.

Want to Host Content? → Aviary Subscriptions
Aviary offers multiple subscription plans based on the number of resources published and the type of subscription.

Monthly Subscriptions
Yearly Subscriptions

Pay-as-you-go plans are billed according to the number of Resources created monthly in a given billing cycle.
Enterprise Options
None of the options above work for you? No problem! to hear about our enterprise options.
You can stream content from YouTube, Vimeo, Avalon, SoundCloud, or your own Local Media Server directly into Aviary for no extra storage costs. Aviary just uses the embed codes that you provide from those 3rd party services.
If you would like to store audio or video files in Aviary for streaming directly from Aviary, you can utilize Aviary storage on Wasabi (and soon also Amazon S3). Wasabi costs $0.0059 per GB/month ($5.99 per TB/month)* for storage of audio and video files. Aviary will calculate your monthly storage usage from Wasabi and bill you directly for this cost using the payment method you have designated for your subscription to Aviary. Storage costs are billed monthly, even if you select a yearly subscription.
* Storage pricing is subject to change based on Wasabi’s storage pricing.

IBM Watson
You can send your audio and video directly from Aviary to IBM Watson for automatic transcription. Aviary will calculate the cost based on IBM Watson's transcription cost, which is $0.02/minute. You pay per transcription job with the credit card on file with Aviary. You will get to see the cost of a job before you approve it.
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