Answer by Richard Lanham · Mar 09, 2012 at 09:23 PM
Thanks Richard ... I see that I can use Media Cache for using origin/edge for DVR content
What about recording DVR content on a S3 bucket? I've read several articles saying that it's not recommended to record live streams on a mounted S3 bucket due to performance. And also, saying that playback has to be through vods3 application. But I haven't found any reference to DVR'd content.
Can I record to S3 buckets as a destination for DVR recording directly (meaning not only content but manifest that control DVR)? If so, how would the set up be? and last one ... how would I playback if one server or multiple servers need to access it? should one be the origin and the other ones repeaters of it, or will all of them be able to read from the bucket directly?
Note: I have tested using DVR recording to a NAS and multiple servers reading from it and it works, so I'm wondering if same can be done on Amazon
Apologies for so many questions together
Answer by Richard Lanham · Mar 14, 2012 at 03:24 PM
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