You can process video using an.m3u8 URL, but you can not post the.m3u8 file itself since the HLS video format consists of multiple files rather than a single .m3u8 file, and at this time, we do not allow the upload of multiple files with a single video asset.
Can we use gumlet to create a m3u8 links for Roku
Currently, I am using vimeo to house my content but would like to use gumlet as the new hosting provider. I need an m3u8 lin to post to npoint is this possible
Here are the links to
1. Upload a video to Gumlet
2. Generating .m3u8 links using Playback url
Here is the full suite of demo videos for your reference :
We will post the best way to integrate with TV apps such as Apple/Roku publicly per your recommendation.
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I have a bunch of mp4 files from which I want to prepare an m3u8 playlist, is there any way to do it using FFmpeg?
In order to provide real-time HLS live streaming, where individual frame sequences are continuously added to a m3u8 playlist, I’m investigating the use of FFmpeg. I’m especially interested in fully grasping the sequential procedures, industry standards, and necessary FFmpeg commands or configurations required to carry out this dynamic real-time HLS streaming.
I would be very grateful for any advice or suggestions from the community to assist me in doing this task successfully.
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