ASP.NET jVideo have built-in support for utilizing AWS Webservices for storing, transcoding and streaming media files.
List of AWS Webservices used in ASP.NET jVideo includes
- S3 for storing media (videos, audio, photos) files.
- Cloud Front as content deliver network for secure streaming private media files and public media files.
- Lambda for initiating Video Transcoding via Elastic Transcoder automatically for publishing origina video into web streaming formats e.g MP4, HLS, MPEG Dash format. Also some Lambda functions can be used to automate thumbnail capture process for uploaded photos.
- Elastic Transcoder used for publishing / transcoding media files.
- SNS to exchange notifications with website.
- SES optionally used for sending emails.
You can enable it from ASP.NET jVideo control panel
Steps to follow
i: option control panel ii: go to settings -> configurations iii: click on cloud link. iv: cloud settings will render on page.
List of cloud settings include
- Enable Media Storage: This option will enable aws cloud services for videos and audio files.
- Enable Photo Storage: This option will enable aws services for photos
- Access Key: Required for authorization purpose.
- Secrete Key: Required for authorizatio purpose
- Region: Provide aws cloud region that you willing to use.
- Bucket Name: These fields provide bucket that will be used for saving videos, audio and photos
- Folder Paths: These fields provide path within bucket to managing videos, audio and photos in different directories. e.g videos/ for saving videos.
- CloudFront Urls: These fields setup url that will be used to access files via Cloud Front CDN.
- CloudFront Credentials: These fields used to setup additional credentials that will be used for creating Signed urls for secure streaming.
ASP.NET jVideo uses AWS SDK for accessing aws cloud webservices.