Bunny Stream Walkthrough: The New Best Hosting Solution for Video?

100 Up Hosting – Bunny Stream Walkthrough: The New Best Hosting Solution for Video?


Bunny Stream Walkthrough: The New Best Hosting Solution for Video?

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Bunny Stream from Bunny.net is the ALL NEW video hosting and streaming service with an insanely affordable price tag. Bunny.net Stream is a Wistia, Vimeo, and other video hosting platform replacement.

I’m all about options, and Bunny Stream gives me yet another video hosting and streaming tool in my tech stack.

NOTE: In the video I call the MediaCage DRM “HLS Encryption” which is is NOT, but it has a similar effect. iOS support for MediaCage is in the works, but Bunny has no ETA. [Source: I contacted support.]

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6 thoughts on “100 Up Hosting – Bunny Stream Walkthrough: The New Best Hosting Solution for Video?

  1. Thanks for the video. Can you do a video on how to securely store zip files in bunny.net and deliver this downloadable zip files through wordpress download pages. So that only paid customers can download. Thanks again.

  2. Hello Doug,

    Thank you for another awesome video.
    I also have everything on Vimeo and would be looking to switch. I wonder… are you not using presto player? I thought this + bunny net would be the best solution out there, can you share your thoughts on why bunny stream instead of presto + bunny?

  3. I still don't really understand HLS encryption and iOS. I did a test on this and it did not play on my iPhone. But my research shows iOS DOES support HLS encryption. Maybe someone can explain this one to me, or maybe it's an iOS 14 update thing? In the video I state that Apple does not support HLS but they DO, or they DID. Regardless, in my testing I could not get this to work on an iPhone. Perhaps it's related to the Mediacage DRM saying, "Trying to access the videos directly or within a third-party video player will be disabled." iOS's player is third-party, right?

    UPDATE IN THE REPLY.

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