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    Question Change stream name in Flash RTMP Player by clicking on a link

    Hallo! New at using Wowza and integrating players in web sites. I'll jump right in.

    Consider this image:



    Got a couple of questions:

    • The default stream name in the Stream textbox (like mp4:sample.mp4) where/how can I change that?
    • If a user clicks one of the Stream links, is there a way to load that stream name into the player's stream textbox ?


    Of course one could copy and paste the stream name, but that doesn't feel very sophisticated.

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    Hi,
    You'll need to change the stream name value passed in and that is in the .flv file in [install-dir]/examples/VideoOnDemandStreaming/FlashRTMPPlayer
    You need a flash editor, such as CS5 or CS6 to do this. You'll need to do the same if you want to automatically populate the stream name with values
    from elsewhere. You should also consider using a commercial grade player, such as JW Player or Flowplayer, and this will allow such changes
    without having to compile flash code.

    Daren

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