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Thread: Testing Wowza On-demand-video compatibility

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    Default Testing Wowza On-demand-video compatibility

    Hi,

    are there any tools/script/tricks for unix commandline to test if an on-demand-video
    is wowza compatible before making it available for our users? Sometimes one of our
    customers publishes broken videos (moov atom missing, only partially uploaded) and
    we want to avoid complaining users.

    Thanks
    Carsten

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    Hi
    There isn't a tool to do this but you could use ffmpeg to change the codec to a Wowza compatible stream/file which would resolve this issue.
    Be sure to read the license agreement on ffmpeg before use.

    Jason

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