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Thread: HDS Source Video Playback

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    Default HDS Source Video Playback

    I'm currently streaming from FMLE via RTMP to Wowza and re-encoding 2 HDS streams. However, I want to also be able to view/stream my original video via HDS with no re-encoding. I'm not sure how to accomplish this.

    Thanks!

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    If it is h.264 video and AAC or MP3 audio you can play the stream you are publishing that is the source of the transrated streams the Transcoder is producing. You just play the stream you are publishing as with any live app.

    Richard

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    Hi Richard,

    How do I access this particular stream? I access my other streams via http://address.com:1935/live/ngrp:my...l/manifest.f4m

    How do I access my unadultered HDS stream(it is h.264/AAC).

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    If the stream you are publishing (the one that is the source of the transcoding you are doing) is "myStream" then HDS playback URL is:

    http://address.com:1935/live/myStream/manifest.f4m
    Richard

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    Thanks Richard. I thought that was the case and was using that but had a typo(capital S in myStream). Thanks for your help!

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    You're welcome

    Richard

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