Hi, I just set up a fresh plone 5.2/python3 site on Ubuntu 18.03 in a VM using kvm. I've allocated 14 GB RAM & 6 CPU's to this VM. I'd like to have, along with other content on this site, 'instructional videos' for my students. I installed/set-up Plone using the instructions on https://docs.plone.org/manage/deploying/production/ubuntu_production.html (BTW well done! They were easy to follow with my limited knowledge). I imported the basic caching setup and enabled it. I've increased Nginx to allow 100MB uploads.
To test I've uploaded a 2.3 MB video, it works fine. Then I uploaded a 45 MB video but it takes ~40 seconds to load. Once loaded though it plays nicely. For the help-video section to be useful, I need to find a way to have them load more quickly.
I've spent a few hours now searching/reading threads/doc pages related to using videos on Plone 5.2/Python 3 but can't seem to get much further. I see there's a branch of wildcard.media that is basically working with the Python 3, but I don't know how to install a github branch and wonder if I'd be opening a can of worm if I tried to work with a non-master version of a package. But maybe instead I should try to figure out how to tweak my nginx settings or plone.app.cache settings? I'd rather not have to dive into Varnish or HAProxy if I can avoid it.
Any advice (remembering my limited Plone/tech knowledge)? Thanks!