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    Hi Everybody!

    i am newbie to working with wowza and i have a question. i have a folder with 2 file: movie_1.mp4, movie_2.mp4. We usually use 2 url to stream 2 file, example :
    rtmp://xxxx:1935/vod/mp4:movie_1.mp4 to stream file movie_1.mp4
    rtmp://xxxx:1935/vod/mp4:movie_2.mp4 to stream file movie_2.mp4
    how can only use one url to stream both two file, after finishing file movie_1.mp4 it auto stream file movie_2.mp4 without delay. can we do it ?

    Thanks!

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    Hello,

    1. For VOD you can either manage the playlist on the client-side or do something along the lines of:

    How to insert a pre-roll or mid-roll for video on demand playback in Flash RTMP client
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/showthre...5-VOD-playlist

    Doing the latter only works for RTMP though.

    2. For a Live stream you can take a look at:

    How to schedule streaming with Wowza Streaming Engine (ServerListenerStreamPublisher)
    http://www.wowza.com/forums/content....t-in-smil-file

    Best regards

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    Thanks you so much, aergistal! It is useful information .

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    Hi,

    if you are interested to concatenate several mp4 files to be playable as a single VOD asset (not as a live stream) we can offer our module - PWI video mashup Addon for Wowza Streaming Engine .
    It allows to change the order of MP4 files dynamic . Pls contact us directly: info@pwi.ru if any questions.

    Best Regards,
    Alexey Ostroumov
    skype: alexeyostroumov
    e-mail: aostroumov@pwi.ru
    www.pwi.ru
    Last edited by AlexeyO; 07-15-2016 at 08:36 AM.

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