Answer by Jason Hilton · Oct 21, 2013 at 11:22 AM
<video src="myStream_360p" system-bitrate="850000"/>
<video src="myStream_160p" system-bitrate="200000"/>
The ngrp functionality doesn't work though origin/edge, it only works on the server doing the transcoding.
You will need to setup a .smil file on the edge server which references the streams available on the edge Example myStream_360p and myStream_160p.
I mentioned in post that I am aware that ngrp does not work on the edge servers. The issue with that is that the stream names are hard-coded which can be an issues in a dynamic environment, I was looking to find away to automate the smil process.
With that method you posted would I still need to have a .stream file in the content dir as I have tried that in the past but manifest file does not include the media urls.
Answer by Jason Hilton · Oct 21, 2013 at 01:25 PM
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