aws-lambda-ffmpeg - An S3-triggered Amazon Web Services Lambda function that runs your choice of FFmpeg 🎬 commands on a file πŸŽ₯ and uploads the outputs to a bucket

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An AWS Lambda Event-driven function that resizes videos and outputs thumbnails using FFmpeg. This function is meant for short-duration videos. If you need to transcode long videos, check out AWS Elastic Transcoder. The different platforms have different naming conventions for their services. To simplify this, listed below is a proposed table of generalized terms that are platform-independent.

https://github.com/binoculars/aws-lambda-ffmpeg

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