Problem making CNAME work with Amazon Cloudfront CDN

I am exactly following Amazon's instructions to get a CNAME record to point to my CloudFront distribution (video streaming), but all I get is "The connection was reset" or "No data received."  from Chrome.  Here are my Amazon settings:

S3 Bucket Name: six-sigma-tutorials
(bucket has subfolders that contain MP4 H.264 files)
Sample File from Bucket
file: six-sigma-tutorials/black-belt/green belt review.mp4
storage class: Standard
server side encryption: none
permissions:  Everyone, 'open/download'

CloudFront Distribution Settings
delivery method: RTMP
distribution status: deployed
state: enabled
domain name:
origin access identity: -
alternate domain names (CNAME):

DNS Settings
In GoDaddy, in the DNS Settings for "", I have a CNAME entry "videos.six-sigma-training" that points to ""

The Amazon link to the file (above) works just fine, but CNAME link to the file leads a page that says "The connection was reset"

I have tried the following links:
and also tried:

In Amazon, permissions on the file and the folder that contains the file are `Everyone, open/download`.

Note: Using a different URL, I also tried this using Amazon Route 53 as the DNS server.  The result was the same.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
This is not a problem with the CNAME record or DNS in general, they seem to work fine, if you use another protocol in front of the url the url actually works.


You actually have this setting in your Cloudfront Distribution Settings by the way

Now I don't know what this means for your setup, maybe there's more info to get here or here, also check out the Post Streaming Distribution...
Shalom CarmelCTOCommented:
You don't open an RTMP stream with chrome. The HTML5 video player needs access via HTTP.
Create another Cloudfront distribution for the same bucket, and point your CNAME to it.

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