I have some audio files added to Large Media, for my site i-dont-know-where-paradise-is.netlify.app. I read through the docs and understood that it might not work for streaming audio, but thought I would try it out anyway. Sure enough, the Large Media hosting has issues with range requests (for the record, I support any feature requests to allow nlm to support these), and I will need to find alternative solutions.
I am developing my repo alone, and so have just a single remote and a single local copy. I have a handful of commits that set up LFS (one for
.lfsconfig, one for
.gitattributes, one for the files themselves). I don’t have experience with LFS and so I do want your advice to get this right. What are the steps I need to take?
Also, are there any recommendations you can give for alternative solutions? My files aren’t that huge, under 100MB in total. My main motivation for trying the service was actually because I want to be able to make my repo public (for portfolio purposes) but not expose the audio as part of that, since it belongs to my client. I’m not sure if LFS is the best solution for that, or there are other approaches you might recommend I look into?