Yes. If you're storing protected files locally (in the wp-content/plugins/s2member-files/ directory) but you want to store some of the files on Amazon S3/CloudFront, this can be achieved by manually specifying the file storage gateway. By default, s2Member will default to using local storage (/s2member-files/) when Amazon S3/CloudFront is not configured and it will default to using Amazon S3/CloudFront when it is configured.

If you want to override the default behavior and host some of your protected files locally, while hosting other protected files on Amazon S3/CloudFront, simply configure Amazon S3/CloudFront (WordPress Dashboard s2Member Download Options Amazon S3/CDN Storage Option) and then specify the file storage gateway in your File Download Links and/or [s2File /] or [s2Stream /] shortcodes using &s2member_file_storage= (links) or storage= (shortcodes).

File Download Links

To force a particular storage gateway whenever you generate a download link, you can simply include &s2member_file_storage=[s3|cf|local] in the URL.

For example, to force a local storage location (/s2member-files/) when you have Amazon S3/CloudFront configured, you would add &s2member_file_storage=local to your file download links.

s2File and s2Stream Shortcodes

The [s2File /] and [s2Stream /] shortcodes both support a storage="" attribute that allows you to pass in one of three options: local, s3, or cf (CloudFront).

For example, to force a local storage location (/s2member-files/) when you have Amazon S3/CloudFront configured, you would add storage="local" to the shortcode for the locally-hosted file.

For more information, see the Shortcode Documentation.

An Important Note Regarding RTMP Streaming

If you are using RTMP Streaming, note that using RTMP will always require Amazon S3 + CloudFront, because RTMP requires a dedicated media server—which is a function of Amazon CloudFront. You cannot use RTMP Streaming when specifying the local storage option.