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Streaming Video

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Hello,

I'd like to host an event in a custom Hubs model with a 1080p audio/video livestream on a video element on a wall. I'm using Mux Mux to deliver the stream at a high bitrate (@30000 kbps, though Mux supports ABR to deliver the stream @270p for slower clients). I have no issues up to about 10 users, after that, the stream halts for all users. My understanding so far is that the Hubs-hosted proxy will stop working due to server load. Locally, Hubs runs fine, but I can't test with that many clients.

Do I need to host my own Hubs server on fast CDN (S3) so I can handle the load for up to 30 people on the proxy? Would a special CORS header in the Mux stream help with NOT requiring a proxy? (NON_CORS_PROXY_DOMAIN)?

Hello, I'd like to host an event in a custom Hubs model with a 1080p audio/video livestream on a video element on a wall. I'm using [https://mux.com Mux] Mux to deliver the stream at a high bitrate (@30000 kbps, though Mux supports ABR to deliver the stream @270p for slower clients). I have no issues up to about 10 users, after that, the stream halts for all users. My understanding so far is that the Hubs-hosted proxy will stop working due to server load. Locally, Hubs runs fine, but I can't test with that many clients. Do I need to host my own Hubs server on fast CDN (S3) so I can handle the load for up to 30 people on the proxy? Would a special CORS header in the Mux stream help with NOT requiring a proxy? (NON_CORS_PROXY_DOMAIN)?

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