XML Info shows up on browser instead of the video Stream
Hello, I configured my wowza server correctly, and all needed ports are open. I created a folder in the [install-dir]/applications folder. I left the Default Configuration File
([install-dir]/conf/Application.xml) alone. I open up My Browser (IE) and enter this url: http://xxx.xxx.x.x:1935/myapplication/mp4:sample.mp4/Manifest to play the sample video via silverlight. However, when the browser loads, XML Info shows up on browser instead of the video Stream. Example Below:
How do I go about using a silverlight player? Is there a paticular player that I need to Download?
I need my viewers to be able to view the content via silverlight, via there internet browser.
what are the steps needed, to make my content viewable. How do I do this with MS Expressions?
I tried the example, It works when I put the url in at the bottom. However, I want my viewers to view my content without having to insert a url at the bottom of the player. all I want them to do is click play, and it takes them directly to the requested content. Please tell me if this is possible. I used Microsoft Expression 4 Encoder before to convert my content to silverlight VC-1, and then I uploaded it to my Hosting. When My viewers requested particular media content from my website, they just needed to press play and that content they requested would play. I need Wowza media server now to handle mass traffic. How can I achieve the same results as to when I had Hosting? Here is an example of how I need my content to run off of the Wowza Webserver: Click here to view example. When you click "Play Trailer" you see the silverlight template, and all the viewer needs to do is click play. This is how I need it to work. Thanks in Advance Richard.
Last edited by servercomp1; 01-03-2012 at 07:32 PM.
Hey Richard, I tried the tutorial to no avail. Changed the Scrpts as instructed but no dice. I need specific step by step instructions on how to setup the Wowza Webserver to duplicate the example I gave you in my last post. It's Extremly frustrating.