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I'm having troubles streaming videos from gnump3d:
. .avi files will stream successfully using vlc player.
. all other video files as well as .avi ones won't be streamed using windows media player nor vlc player.
. the saving option allows me to watch the downloaded videos successfully, but that's not the intended solution.
. this problem doesn't occourr with sound files (.mp3).
If you don't know the cause, please indicate me some documentation (tutorial like) so that I can solve the problem.
Then the browser will download this small .pls file, pass it to vlc or
winamp which then plays the stream. Maybe gnump3d isn't creating a
btw, I have a batch file that starts vlc on the server that creates the
Steve Kemp wrote:
On Fri Apr 24, 2009 at 20:03:05 -0700, Mr Burnay wrote:
If you don't know the cause, please indicate me some documentation (tutorial
like) so that I can solve the problem.
The issue is that streaming videos requires your client to support it.
90% of the time your browser will merely download fully and then
launch a media player on the downloaded copy of the file - and not
It works with .avi + vlc, as you say, that's because the browser and
client know about these files. You just need to find the right
combination of client + media type and it will work.
GNUMP3d doesn't do anythign special in regard to movies, its no
different then clicking on a link in an Apache index for example.
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This is more of a vlc discussion but this is what I use in a windows
.bat file (all in one line). Most settings for you will probably be
different depending on your audio and video capture device and quality.