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Kevin Maude
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Is there a way to assign individual folders per stream ID?

So the same Live video feed's VOD goes to the same folder each time. Each Live Feed has a unique folder that it goes into. 

Currently, the live stream's VOD gets pushed to a bucket in S3 but all grouped together. 
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Hi Kevin,

Ant Media Server does not support such a feature yet, using filenames to browser and filter is the easiest way for now.

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Asim

On Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 3:33:41 AM UTC+3, Kevin Maude wrote:
Is there a way to assign individual folders per stream ID?

So the same Live video feed's VOD goes to the same folder each time. Each Live Feed has a unique folder that it goes into. 

Currently, the live stream's VOD gets pushed to a bucket in S3 but all grouped together. 
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The same requirement for me as I have multiple tenants and projects with all VODs all going to azure blob storage in a single folder. I managed to solve this using a muxer script that moves the files as they are finished recording. I basically mount a new path to cloud storage not the default path so it is saved automatically to the default path specified in the application settings and then the muxer script moves it to a correct path mounted to cloud storage (The script queries an external config store to determine which folder to move too) It works perfectly

 

 

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