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Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi,

i have uploaded videos to a website and i am using experiencing some serious lag. i am using the javascript video.js found on this website http://www.videojs.com/ and am using .mp4 for the videos.

the videos are various sizes ranging from 10mb to 50mb. the videos take for ever to play. is there a way to make the buffering speed faster, i have adjusted my realpath_cache_size on my php.ini file from 16k to 16M. is there a way to increase the speed?

thanks
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Question by:M. Jayme Nagy
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by:Scott Fell, EE MVE
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Hosting videos is more complex then you would thin.  It's as much about speed as how you encoded the video.  Bit rate as a lot to do with it.  Another factor is where your server is located vs where you are located.  Chances are you are hosting it your own site and not on a CDN.  Even worse if you are using shared or vps hosting.  

The best thing you can do is use a CDN.   http://support.brightcove.com/en/video-cloud/docs/content-delivery-options http://www.rackspace.com/cloud/files/technology/  Personally, I think the best buy is using www.smugmug.com.  It's a flat $50 bucks for the year.

A CDN will detect that you are in NY and use a server in NY to deliver the content or the CA or the UK or wherever is closest.  

Bitrate and where the files are hosted are the 2 biggest factors.
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by:Rob
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Can you post your code or give us a link to the site?  I agree with what @padas has said though happy to look at what options you have set etc
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Ray Paseur earned 500 total points
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You might consider using Vimeo or YouTube.  They both have the whole video thing figured out.
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by:M. Jayme Nagy
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the website it
http://www.bushbrigade.com/gallery/videos.php

i think youtube may be the answer
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by:Rob
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Have to agree with ray as a cdn is going suit your needs better than trying to reinvent the wheel and do it yourself
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Thanks for the points and best of luck with it, ~Ray
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