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If your video is stored in S3, you may enable data events for your S3 bucket to track object-level S3 actions. Once enabled, object-level API calls are logged as CloudTrail events. The primary object level API call you can index would be GetObject. While this action isn't equivalent to views, it does confirm the number of times the object (video) was requested. You can additionally track the time, source IP and User Agent attributed to the video request. When enabled, CloudTrail will place the logged events as JSON objects in your S3 bucket. The most efficient way to query the collected CloudTrail data is to use Amazon Athena to index and query the CloudTrail logs.
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