Video-Streaming (hosting) for e-learning website

I'm trying to figure out what would be the best way to fulfill following requirements for an e-learning platform.

  • Backend in which I edit the videos, so that I can link them among themselves (like the youtube-comment function)

  • The user can watch the videos only when accessing the platform (no downloading allowed!)

  • videos are only accessable through user validation

My thoughts and research so far: I already found some buzzwords like Adobe Flash Media Server and names of common video-platforms. But I did'n find any service that fulfill all requirements defined, so I have to came up with my own idea(s). I was thinking about building up a platform which uses youtube as video hoster. I can easily embed the youtube videos on my website, but I can't encrypt the "video-link", because the youtube Iframe itself contains it. I need to hide the source, so that the user can not easily figure it out. The only solution I have at the moment: developling a custom media server (with adobe media server).

How would you "solve the problem"?

Answers


I think Vimp will be perfect for your solution. It is a youtube like content management system. Check it out. You'll be surprised at what you'll find that's already out there instead of reinventing the wheel.


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