Using AWS To Create An End-To-End HLS Streaming Stack
Come see how you can create an end-to-end production quality HLS streaming stack using the AWS ecosystem. Learn the best practices for ingesting, transcoding, packaging, delivering and playing back media on multiple devices using HLS. See how Amazon S3, Amazon Elastic Transcoder, Amazon CloudFront and JW Player from Longtail video are used to build this workflow.
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