Having a problem with .ttml multi language subtitle file to work correctly. If I duplicate the subtitle file to the same name as every format of the adaptive stream have, subtitles are shown. But if I just have a .ttml file with the original filename it does not.
The "textstream" parameter in your smil file should work. I've just done a quick test here and using a random xxxx.ttml file so long as it was in the smil file then Wowza would use that and allow me to flip through the different captions.
I presume TTML is enabled for the app and the file does exist and is formatted correctly. It would certainly seem that way if it works with a symlink. It's as though it is ignoring the textstream statement. Does the player still show a list of languages in this format or are none shown at all? Are you on the latest patch update (now at 4.2). You can update via the "My Downloads" page in the customer portal.
It may be best to contact us via the
support process, also including a copy of your smil file and ttml file, and we can take a closer look. If possible enable CC
debug properties first and try some playback tests again, just to capture a bit more detail.
Actually Paul, problem was solved with 4.1.2 (4.2 that you mention is not available in "My downloads" page). We had the problem in 4.0.2. Now we have another strange problem, but that problem has been e-mailed to your support. Thank you!