WPLMS S3

Integrate WPLMS with Amazon S3. You can upload Videos, Audios and other attachments in Amazon S3.


Features

  1. Protect download of Videos, Audios, images, attachment files.
  2. Restricts Hot linking, users can not share the link to watch or download material
  3. Upload Videos, Audio and attachments on Amazon S3, reduce server load.
  4. Secure Course Videos, Audios and attachments.
  5. Serve time bound resources, Videos, Audio, images,  attachment are available for limited time.
  6. Available in both WP Admin backend and Front End Course editor.
  7. Supports Instructor Privacy, instructors can only view their uploaded content.
  8. Support for this plugin is included in theme support.

 


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