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AWS IVS Player and JWPlayer
I integrated the jwplayer with my the IVS player and everything works fine. I push to prod, all good. I can make changes and still good. I don't touch the project for a couple of days, no code changes at all, neither local nor prod player will play the test IVS test video, I get a 404 from live-video.net that the playlist can't be found. Yet it's the AWS IVS test video they run to test against. *No changes have been made at all to the code.* This has happened a couple of times now. I'm able to remove the jwplayer integration and it works again. But I'd like to use the jwplayer. Anyone else experience this? This is getting frustrating. Thanks.
I get the error "InvalidStreamKey: invalid stream key"
1. Created a channel in Amazon IVS. ![Enter image description here](https://repost.aws/media/postImages/original/IMmNlZ17EHRaa8VXsiK23swQ) 2. After accessing the sample [Code Pen](https://codepen.io/amazon-ivs/pen/poLRoPp) and copying and pasting the Ingest Endpoint and Stream Key from the channel's dashboard, I clicked the START BROADCAST button. ![Enter image description here](https://repost.aws/media/postImages/original/IM3BQy9IHPQuKeZuUGGHOD3g) 3. I get the error "InvalidStreamKey: invalid stream key" ![Enter image description here](https://repost.aws/media/postImages/original/IMqQvAO4AuTo2E3iPVEIWcRQ) How can I resolve this issue?
Does IVS support rewinding?
Hi all! I'm looking into using the Amazon Interactive Video Service. **The context:** I'm making a service for managing some live streams. The live stream creation flow is as follows. Initially I start a live stream, and send the playback URL one remote viewer (an admin of sorts), and then some time later, when the admin is ready, the same playback URL is sent to the public viewers. It is to enable a preview for an admin, before letting the rest of the world join in, without having to stop, configure, and then restart, the stream. **My question:** Are the public (who joined the live stream later) able to rewind and watch the stream from the beginning? I definitely do NOT want them to be able to rewind and watch video from before they started streaming from the playback URL. I'm not super familiar with the protocol of RTMPS, but it does not look like rewinding to before joining the stream is possible, but I only tested with VLC and video.js. But I have to make sure that the public viewers cannot just pull older streaming packages somehow.
push browser camera to aws rtmp server
why do I have this pending verification when I want to create an ivs channel please ? PendingVerification: Your account is pending verification. Until the verification process is complete, you may not be able to carry out requests with this account. If you have questions, contact AWS Support.
Does the RTMPS server stay the same for all channels on the same account and region? Is it possible to CNAME to the RTMPS server?
It seems to me that every channel on my account within the same region has the same RTMPS server. Does this stay consistent, or is it possible that for new channels in the future something may create a new RTMPS server link? Assuming that the RTMPS does stay the same for newly created channels on the same account and region, is it possible to create a CNAME record that links to the RTMPS server? I have previously been able to use a CNAME record to link to an RTMP server, but I'm not sure how to go about this for RTMPS.
IVS: Disable Audio
My use-case requires only video to be delivered. At the playback end, I have it setup so that the audio is muted. However, if somebody finds the raw stream URL, they may be able to access the audio. I realise the audio can be muted at the recording end so it never even gets sent to IVS. However, some users may accidentally still record audio which could be problematic. Is there a way to setup IVS channels with no audio, and if not, could this feature be added?
Basic IVS Channel Type: delay before playback starts
Standard IVS channels begin playback instantly. Basic IVS channels seem to take up to 15 seconds to start playing. Why is this? Is this a bug at your end? I'm using videojs, but am encountering the same behaviour no matter what I use to playback streams. EDIT: For clarification, I'm not talking about the time it takes for the stream to be accessible after recording begins, I'm talking about the time it takes for playback to start at ANY point during the stream.