Upload Recordings to Amazon S3 With Wowza Streaming Engine


Tim Dougherty sat down with Justin Miller last week to discuss recording live streams in Wowza Streaming Engine. In the video above, their conversation dives deeper to cover uploading those recordings to an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket.

By using the ModuleS3Upload Java module for Wowza Streaming Engine, you’re able to connect Wowza directly to S3. That way, as soon as your live stream ends, recordings are automatically uploaded to your Amazon environment. You can then play recordings back as an HLS stream, making the VOD assets available for distribution.


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