I'm using ElasticFox to start up a series of instances for the purpose of streaming videos off my S3 bucket. I've found the vods3 application and with the default start up of an instance (ami-47daf133) I'm able to use the example client "SimpleVideoStreaming" to start a stream. This works and I successfully start a stream off my S3 bucket.
Having made my changes I tried starting a new instance from ElasticFox again using the "Open Binary File" to select the .zip file I just created. The instance starts and I'm able to test the vods3 application with my browser via "http://[ami id]:1935/vods3".
However when I switch back to "SimpleVideoStreaming" I get the error message "Stream Alias Access Denied". I've retraced my steps and have even gone so far as to download a fresh copy of the "default.zip" and created a new instance without opening/resaving/changing the start up zip and still I get the same message.
Any ideas? I'm using ElasticFox, have used WinZip to create my start up packages. I've looked on the forum but I've found no mention of Access Denied in relation to Stream Alias.