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AWS S3: Live video streaming data storing into S3

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Hi,

Need help on understanding AWS S3 side of it.

Use case:

  • We are looking to develop use case where from IP camera will going to send the continuous

video streaming data and we are looking to store in AWS s3 bucket. So wanted to understand is that good fit. How AWS S3 how it will store live streaming video data into S3 bucket.

-Also from Pushing live video streaming data into S3 bucket. Some other Object detector process will going to read from S3 bucket continuously. Could you please help me on this points.

2 Answers
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Amazon Kinesis Video Streams (KVS) was built to help with this kind of use case: https://aws.amazon.com/kinesis/video-streams/. With KVS you can publish your live streaming video from a camera, store the media for retrieval at a later time via a variety of APIs such as GetClip, and consume it via a live streaming session via HLS or DASH.

A two-part video tutorial was recently posted about how to use KVS to publish video from an existing RTSP camera, and to then extract images from the live stream for use with Rekognition for object detection.

See the following documentation to get started with KVS: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/kinesisvideostreams/latest/dg/getting-started.html

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answered 6 days ago
  • Thanks David for quick response.

    Actually we are building own object detection module and we just wanted to store the live video streaming data which is coming from camera and also object detected video/images into S3. In this context is that good solution to use S3?

    My main concern is how to store video feed into S3 bucket. Could you please help me on this.

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Actually we are building own object detection module and we just wanted to store the live video streaming data which is coming from camera and also object detected video/images into S3. In this context is that good solution to use S3?

My main concern is how to store video feed into S3 bucket. Could you please help me on this.

answered 6 days ago

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