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    Default Pseudo live using RTMP..

    Hi,

    I am trying to play multiple VOD(pseudo live) using SMIL, as RTMP on Wowza.

    This is the working HTTP URL. I need the corresponding RTMP URL for the same.
    http://192.168.3.201:1935/vod/smil:m.../playlist.m3u8

    I tried using the RTMP URLs as below on VLC, which isn't working.
    rtmp://192.168.3.201:1935/vod/_definst_/smil:movie.smil
    rtmp://<wowza-address>:1935/vod/smil:movie.smil

    Please let me know.



    Thanks,
    Sanjay
    Last edited by sanjaylb; 04-05-2012 at 04:35 PM.

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    This does not work directly for RTMP clients. You need to use Flash RTMP Dynamic Streaming. Take a look at the JW Player Dynamic RTMP Streaming addon:

    http://www.longtailvideo.com/support...amic-streaming

    The above uses a client-side RSS file, and you can leverage the server-side smil you have in place to generate that RSS file. Follow this guide:
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....amic-Streaming

    Richard

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    Hi Richard,

    Thanks for the response.. I have downloaded the xml I got from the chrome.. And i've copied the xml along side player.swf(After downloading the jwplayer)

    How do I go after this.? Please let me know


    Thanks,
    Sanjay

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    Sanjay,

    You can name it streams.rss (or whatever), place that file alongside the swf and reference it following the guide.

    Or you can use HTTP URL to the Wowza RSS output instead. I.e, instead of pointing to a local file, use the HTTP url you got the XML from. That saves a couple of steps.

    Richard

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    I have named it as streams.rss and placed it alongside player.swf.
    Could you please guide me if I need to have these jwplayer files in the wowza installation directory? and then call the streams.rss through a HTTP url..

    Can I have the syntax of the url which I can play on the VLC.. I was not able to get it from the reference doc.

    Thanks

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    Player files are placed on a web server, not Wowza.

    Richard

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