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Version: 2.0.x

Configure Recording Storage - iOS

Storage Configuration

While recording your meetings, you have the flexibility to store them either on VideoSDK's storage or configure your own storage solution such as AWS S3 Storage, Azure Blob or GCP Cloud Storage. To set up your own storage, you can navigate to the API section in the VideoSDK Dashboard.

  • This feature allows you to configure storage provider for your meeting recordings.

  • You can configure multiple storage provider with multiple API Keys.

  • Currently, we support AWS S3, Azure Blob and GCP Cloud Storage. We will add support for other storage provider soon !!


How to setup ?

Step 1 : Select Api Key


  • Go to VideoSDK Dashboard.
  • Select API Key for which, you want to set storage configuration.
  • Then click on Storage Config Icon in Actions.

Step 2 : Choose Cloud Storage Provider


  • As you can see in the image, there are 3 Cloud Storage Provider (Aws, Azure, GCP).
  • You can select a Cloud Storage Provider as per your requirements.

Step 3 : Configure Bucket or Container

For Aws S3 Storage

Aws S3

  • You will need AWS S3 Bucket. Learn to create S3 Bucket.

  • As you can see in the image, you will need enter accessKeyId, secretAccessKey, region, bucket, and ACL to setup for Aws S3 Storage.

  • Click on Save button.

For Azure Blob Storage:

Azure Blob

  • You will need Azure Blob Container. Learn to create Blob Container.

  • As you can see in the image, you will need to enter connectionString and containerName to setup for Azure Blob.

  • Click on Save button.

For Google Cloud Storage:

GCP Cloud Storage
  1. You will need Google Cloud Storage Bucket. Learn to create Google Cloud Storage Bucket.

  2. After creation, click on the button in the upper right corner and select Project settings.

  3. Under IAM and Admin, select Service Accounts. In the service account list, click on the button for the account just added or created before, and select Manage keys.

  4. Click ADD KEY > Create new key. Select JSON in the pop-up box and click CREATE. A json file is downloaded with the name format projectId-xxxxxxxx.json.

  5. Open the downloaded json file, which looks like the following example:

"type": "service_account",
"project_id": "videosdk-12345",
"private_key_id": "yourprivateidkeyyourprivateidkeyyourprivateidkey",
"private_key": "-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----\nThisisYourPrivateKeyThisisYourPrivateKeyThisisYourPrivateKey\nThisisYourPrivateKey\nThisisYourPrivateKey\nThisisYourPrivateKey\n-----END PRIVATE KEY-----\n",
"client_email": "",
"client_id": "123456789012345678901",
"auth_uri": "",
"token_uri": "",
"auth_provider_x509_cert_url": "",
"client_x509_cert_url": "",
"universe_domain": ""
  • As you can see in the image, you will need to enter Project Id, Client Email, Bucket, Private Key to setup for Google Cloud Storage Bucket. You can retrieve these details from the json file.

  • Click on Save button.

Step 4 : Test

  • It's time to test !!
  • Create Room with token generated with the API Key, you have configured for.
  • Start meeting with the roomId created and Start Recording !!
  • Then, you can see that recording will be available in your Bucket or Container.
  • Only a single Recording Storage Config can be possible for a particular Api Key at a time.
  • In order to add new Recording Configuration, first you need to delete current configuration.

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