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 Post subject: HTTP Pseudo-Streaming
PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:08 pm 

Joined: Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:31 pm
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Hi,

Is it possible to request certain position via uri eg. '/MediaServer/VideoItems/T-b70621a57705fe26c75f3a900374753e.mp4?mpTimeStart=500' which will be registered to mpTimeStart variable?

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2012 7:46 pm 

Joined: Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:05 pm
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Hi,
Nazar78 wrote:

Is it possible to request certain position via uri eg. '/MediaServer/VideoItems/T-b70621a57705fe26c75f3a900374753e.mp4?mpTimeStart=500' which will be registered to mpTimeStart variable?

Thanks.

In any case, the player does not understand the answer (mp4 specific)


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 02, 2012 8:33 pm 

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Eugene wrote:
Hi,
Nazar78 wrote:

Is it possible to request certain position via uri eg. '/MediaServer/VideoItems/T-b70621a57705fe26c75f3a900374753e.mp4?mpTimeStart=500' which will be registered to mpTimeStart variable?

Thanks.

In any case, the player does not understand the answer (mp4 specific)


So is there any way I can call a specific time from the http link other than using the time interval?


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 6:30 am 

Joined: Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:05 pm
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Nazar78 wrote:
Eugene wrote:
Hi,
Nazar78 wrote:

Is it possible to request certain position via uri eg. '/MediaServer/VideoItems/T-b70621a57705fe26c75f3a900374753e.mp4?mpTimeStart=500' which will be registered to mpTimeStart variable?

Thanks.

In any case, the player does not understand the answer (mp4 specific)


So is there any way I can call a specific time from the http link other than using the time interval?

For mp4, I think, it's impossible (only with transcoding or play from the beginning and GoTo).


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 1:16 pm 

Joined: Tue Feb 22, 2011 7:31 pm
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Eugene wrote:
Nazar78 wrote:
Eugene wrote:
Hi,
Nazar78 wrote:

Is it possible to request certain position via uri eg. '/MediaServer/VideoItems/T-b70621a57705fe26c75f3a900374753e.mp4?mpTimeStart=500' which will be registered to mpTimeStart variable?

Thanks.

In any case, the player does not understand the answer (mp4 specific)


So is there any way I can call a specific time from the http link other than using the time interval?

For mp4, I think, it's impossible (only with transcoding or play from the beginning and GoTo).


Hi Eugene,

Let's say it's not only for mp4, is there any way I can offset to a specific time during transcoding from the web-navigation by using URI query eg. "?starttime=500". I've embedded a JW Flash Player into the WMS web-navigation. It can play the ffdshow transcoded content, only problem is that I can't forward to a part where the content hasn't been loaded. JW Flash Player supports HTTP Pseudo-Streaming where the player can call the time offset using URI. I just need to know how to implement this with WMS via URI.

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 2:03 pm 

Joined: Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:05 pm
Posts: 2918
Hi,
Nazar78 wrote:
Eugene wrote:
Nazar78 wrote:
Eugene wrote:
Hi,
Nazar78 wrote:

Is it possible to request certain position via uri eg. '/MediaServer/VideoItems/T-b70621a57705fe26c75f3a900374753e.mp4?mpTimeStart=500' which will be registered to mpTimeStart variable?

Thanks.

In any case, the player does not understand the answer (mp4 specific)


So is there any way I can call a specific time from the http link other than using the time interval?

For mp4, I think, it's impossible (only with transcoding or play from the beginning and GoTo).


Hi Eugene,

Let's say it's not only for mp4, is there any way I can offset to a specific time during transcoding from the web-navigation by using URI query eg. "?starttime=500". I've embedded a JW Flash Player into the WMS web-navigation. It can play the ffdshow transcoded content, only problem is that I can't forward to a part where the content hasn't been loaded. JW Flash Player supports HTTP Pseudo-Streaming where the player can call the time offset using URI. I just need to know how to implement this with WMS via URI.

Thanks.

You can try TimeSeekRange.dlna.org: npt=500.00- in request header, but it will be a transition based on file size.


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