Yes, the service has support for HTTP range-requests which allows for pseudo-streaming of older monolithic video files, for example, MP4. Note that most modern video streaming is done using HLS, HDS, or MPEG-DASH, which use a manifest and small chunked files to allow switching bitrates and fast-forward and rewind functionality.
Articles in this section
- Does Instart support HTTP/2?
- Does Instart support TLS 1.3?
- Does the service have support for Brotli compression?
- Does the Instart service have a device detection capability?
- Does the Instart service have a geolocation capability?
- Can the Instart service manipulate cookies?
- Can the Instart service manipulate HTTP headers?
- Does Instart support IPv6?
- Can the Instart service cache API responses?
- Can Instart stream HDS and MPEG-DASH video?