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Vod MediaPackage with cloudfront

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I have a mediapackage configuration with Cloudfront CDN. I have few queries: 1. Is HLS packaging done during ingest process when playable URL is obtained (if yes, where is this Manisfest & .ts chunks stored?) or it is done when a playback request is received. 2. Once playback is done for the first time, is the manifest & ts chunks cached in cloudfront or packaging is done for every playback request. 3. I have done a CDN cache settings but not sure if playback is done from CDN cache or origin (mediapackage) . How to check the correct configuration.

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AWS MediaPackage provides Just-In-Time packaging for any of its endpoints for HLS, DASH, CMAF. Thus packaging for any requested content occurs once a request has been received. For Live HLS inputs, MediaPackage will store up to 14 days of content. This can be used for allowing 'Start-Over' or 'Go-Back' features. This can be configured for each endpoint by the Startover Window. See this link for details. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/mediapackage/latest/ug/time-shifted.html

If MediaPackage is used to package VOD assets, then it is made aware of those assets (Ingested from S3) previously and will pull them when requested.

When using a CDN, such as CloudFront and MediaPackage as the content origin, caching behaviors should be defined. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudFront/latest/DeveloperGuide/Expiration.html Stream manifests or playlists (.m3u8s) should be cached for less than an HLS segment, since they are updated every segment. The content segments (.ts) can be cached for a long time. Each segment is numbered and does not change. Note that error codes from MediaPackage should also be cached in CloudFront for a short time (~1s TTL). By default these error code values are not set and will default to 10s.

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