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Actually, i enabled the BLOB cache from the web.config on the front end server which immediately enabled the buffering on SharePoint. for more info follow this link: TN Configure cache settings


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Video buffering is supported in SharePoint. The out of the box video player webpart supports buffering, however there are a lot of people who have experienced issues trying to buffer videos of large size. You can probably try this Source: Enhanced Video Experience in SharePoint 2013


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.avi is anything but 'a standard' format for SharePoint. It will not play in the HTML5 video player. Stick to the mp4. I would have done it the following way: Create an Asset Library and attach an event receiver to it. Implement the ItemAdded method, which is asynchronous (i.e. it can take as much time as it needs). In that method, do the actual conversion, ...



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