So I've been bouncing between CDN's trying to optimize our serving solution. We're serving short video clips into our code that display either an html5 video element (MP4 or OGG) or a flash swf (FLV) as a fallback.
We're using Amazon S3 for the storage of these media files and CloudFront as our content delivery network. We've been experimenting with the flash fallback using CloudFront's Flash Media Server distribution and we're streaming the FLV into the Flash fallback. This works great :)
However, I'd like to accomplish the same setup (Origin > Streaming CDN > Client) with the MP4 and OGG files into the HTML5 placement. To do this, I need to stream them over RTP or RTSP, rather than CloudFront & FMS's RTMP.
So far I haven't had much luck finding a CDN that supports RTSP streams. Is there a way to use CloudFront's Streaming Server and somehow convert the stream protocol into RTSP using the mp4 and ogg as the source files?
(I should also note that price is a fairly big factor here. The project is sort of dependent on the price point on a per TB/GB/MB level.)