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Sysadmin Help with a solution for video streaming :(

Discussion in 'System Administration' started by KinderOvO, Sep 1, 2018.

  1. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Not sure if @KinderOvO is still using it, but he did hire me back then to deploy the Nginx sliced byte range caching configuration I mentioned here and here.

     
  2. pdinh97qng

    pdinh97qng Member

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    Just purchase a tool that will upload video to google photos and drive and stream from there. There is a technology call P2P, the tool will split the video in to tons of .txt file so google can’t scan DMCA cause it’s .txt and google doesn’t have limit for such a small file like .txt.
     
  3. skringjer

    skringjer NoobMaster69

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    Can you shed some more light onto this? How does it work and where can we get it.
     
  4. ndha

    ndha Member

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    I knew it must be vanlong tool, but i suggest don't use it..
    IF Google change algorithm, then he will not fix it, instead charge you another Thousand to buy new tool.
    I'm not using his tool anymore.
     
  5. rdan

    rdan Premium Member Premium Member

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    I'm on similar situation now :), helping a friend to run a video site (started few months ago).
    Using:
    • Xenforo with XFMG
    • Force transcoding of all videos to H.264 / AAC / MP3 (to have smaller file size and easy to play and skip)
    • With some Nginx configs...
    • sendfile_max_chunk 5m;
    • limit_rate_after 5m;
    • limit_rate 5120k;
    • Later I'll serve all videos on separate high bandwidth Server using ngx_http_proxy_module
    Serving 1-2 TB per day seems to work fine for now.