If Next.js is your framework of choice for building your application, Mux fits in perfectly when you need to bring state of the art video infrastructure to your Next.js application.
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This project demonstrates how you can use Next.js and Mux to build your own video course platform. You might use this repo as a starting point for building your own membership-gated video course platform.
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The easiest way to deploy your Next.js app is to use the Vercel Platform from the creators of Next.js. This repository demonstrates how to embed the Mux Player into blog posts in the .mdx file format.
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Stream.new is an open source Next.js application that uses Mux for Direct Uploads and Content Moderation with Google Vision or Hive.ai
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Stream.new is an open source Next.js application that you can clone and build upon
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All the complexities of serving video on demand, tucked away behind Mux’s magical APIs, and all of the tedious minutiae of browser and device support packed into Mux Player using Next.js to bundle and minify your JS, generate static resources for fast load times, and optimize images.
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This example uses Mux Video, and contains example features of video uploading and playback in a Next.js application
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