Feeding Media player from non-rtsp/non-file source

by Arun » Tue, 09 Feb 2010 10:41:42 GMT


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 I've mpeg4 source that is not accessible on rtsp protocol. It is not
in a file too. Is there any other data source I can specify to Media
Player? All I know is that it is mpeg4 encoded data as it can be
played with media player when it is fed from RTSP server or played
from files.

Thanks for your help.

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Feeding Media player from non-rtsp/non-file source

by Arun » Tue, 09 Feb 2010 15:18:42 GMT


 Thanks Mark for the response. can I get more details on how we can do
that over HTTP? I've tried that something like "http://
www.tinytube.net/watch/youtube/B4lSAMuhDdg?". but. I needed to
download it and write it into a temp file in order to play it. You
also mention "some". So, are there any special formatting needed? Any
pointers appreciated!




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