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Thread: Detect fragment number in San Jose stream (Flash HTTP)

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    Default Detect fragment number in San Jose stream (Flash HTTP)

    In Firebug I am able to see the fragments that are requested when the manifest.f4m file loads. Fragments are progressively downloaded and displayed in the Firebug console. What I would like to do is, extract the number of the fragments being (or minimum, have a way of knowing which fragment number the stream started playing on).

    I am using Strobe Media Playback to play San Jose streams but also open to writing a bespoke player using OSMF.

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    I'm not sure what to suggest for this.

    Richard

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    Thanks Richard, I started the thread as a sort of last resort.

    I guess you're probably aware what I'm trying to achieve with this - I would multiply the fragment number by the chunk duration to get an estimate of the elapsed time when the viewer joins the stream. If anybody else on the forums has any suggestions they'd be much welcome.

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