4/10/2013 8:18:48 PM
Btw, it has nothing to do with the activity itself, the issue you have is with the video.
With smooth streaming that our gallery server uses, each user should get a video quality relative to their CPU strength (I do need to add some smooth streaming fix for very low powered Intel Atom CPUs btw) and network bandwidth, so it's preferred from Dropbox. If there are copyright issues with the video, even if I give you a private url for streaming it still doesn't change the fact that it's not "legal" to serve it from our server
An alternative could be to install ClipFlair as a local application and open a local file (but still you'd need to copy the file to each machine since using it over a shared folder on your local network still can choke the machine that serves it even locally if not configured correctly). However I think it needs me to cryptographically sign the app to do that (which needs one to pay money for code signing certificate or use a test certificate that you'd then have to install manually to each machine). Will do some more search on it and let you know if it could really be an option
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