Lisa, I am interested in this as well and will follow responses. If you get
off-list responses I'd be interested to know what they say.
If it helps, when I was at the Getty, we used the Akamai hosted streaming
service. But it was not the most user-friendly option. At the Hammer we
post to Vimeo, YT, and Livestream and embed. This is fine for presentation.
But not so great as a managed storage solution.
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On Jul 7, 2017 5:52 AM, "Goble, Lisa" <go...@frick.org> wrote:
> Hello All,
> I'm interested to know what other institutions use in terms of managing
> and storing video content on their websites (rather than embedding from a
> video sharing site like YouTube, Vimeo, etc.) It seems like we can go with
> a few different options. Are you using CDNs (Content Delivery Networks)?
> Cloud-hosted video solutions? Self-hosted? What works best? We are using
> Many thanks!
> Lisa Candage Goble
> Media Producer
> The Frick Collection
> 1 East 70th Street
> New York, NY 10021
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