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    Default Flash HTTP Streaming Link

    I am new to Wowza and Flash.
    What is the best way to include a flash video on an HTML page?
    I want to pass the URL to the video as a parameter: e.g. http://localhost:1935/vod/mp4:sample.mp4/manifest.f4m

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    Hello,

    The best way to get started using Wowza is to go through our Quick Start Guide article.
    Another useful article would be the Video on demand streaming tutorial

    Please let us know if you have any difficulties setting up your Wowza server following the instructions from these articles.

    Zoran

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    I've gone through the guide and had no problem with setting up.

    Want to know how I can include the video on my customized HTML page instead of the sample page provided by Wowza.


    Quote Originally Posted by zoran_u View Post
    Hello,

    The best way to get started using Wowza is to go through our Quick Start Guide article.
    Another useful article would be the Video on demand streaming tutorial

    Please let us know if you have any difficulties setting up your Wowza server following the instructions from these articles.

    Zoran

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    Take a look at JW Player:
    How to use LongTail JW Player 6 with Wowza Media Server

    Salvadore

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    Is there anyway to play the flash video without downloading the client software?
    Most user have flash installed.

    The video URL on my browser (does not play): http://localhost:1935/vod/mp4:sample.mp4/manifest.f4m.
    The video URL for IOS device works fine: http://localhost:1935/vod/mp4:sample.mp4/playlist.m3u8

    Quote Originally Posted by salvadore View Post

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    You will need a player on the web server, you can use one of the example players that ship with Wowza "as is" or as a starting place to build a custom player, or you can use a production ready player like JW Player.

    Put the player on the web server and stream to it, then the client connects to the player via the URL:
    http://mywebsite.com:1935/vod/mp4:file.mp4
    for example

    Salvadore

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    The clients don't need to load the player.

    JW Player also provides embed code, so you don't need to have the player on the web server. Look over their website:
    JW Player website

    Salvadore

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