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AWS Amplify Video on demand CMS question

Hello, Using Flutter and the AWS Amplify video on demand capability, I’m trying to create a small format video on demand app. Amplify does the transcoding and stores the m38u files in the output S3 bucket at various resolutions.

My problem is that in Amplify’s dynamodb-based CMS, the distinct URLs for transcoded content aren’t available. Is there anyone who knows how to get these URLs into the dynamodb and has experience with CMS and Amplify? Is it necessary for me to build a lambda function to save this data in the database?
Should I utilise Amplify’s CMS or GraphCMS’s managed service to store content meta data and execute graphql queries to get it based on video genres and creation time (recently added)?

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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