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Please upload the following videoclip and replace the old one. There is a problem with the current videoclip la_fruita_de_temporada and the movie stops after 50 seconds and we need the entire videoclip.
As it is difficult for technical reasons to delete / replace existing audiovisual material it will take some time.
As soon as it's Ok, I fill notify you accordingly.
Could you please upload these two clips to the gallery?
Apart from IIS Smooth Streaming support, have added to Clip component MPEG-DASH support the other day.
There are some limitations, mentioned at http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=42080
Unsupported DASH Scenarios:
o Dynamic MPD types are not supported
o Multiple Periods are not supported in an MPD.
o The EMSG box is not supported.
o The codec and content limitations that apply to Smooth similarly apply to DASH. (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc189080(v=vs.95).aspx)
o Trick play is not supported. Playback rate must be 1.
o Multiplexed streams are not supported.
Below are some test MPEG-DASH streams that have been found to work OK - posted here for reference
--- these play fine and startup quickly:
--- these play, but seem to take some more time to startup (only the 1st
time, guess they get cached and play faster the next time):
--- these also take some time to startup
also, for these I did the trick of adding the suffix &ext=.mpd to
make our player pass it to AdaptiveStreaming plugin of SMF instead of
ProgressiveDownload plugin (we need to support both those transparently
[there doesn't seem to exist some way for SMF
to pick the right plugin automatically] for the user who often don't
understand the difference of remote files vs streams):
--- another test stream that plays is:
Can you please upload these videos?
And these too?
All videos are from youtube and have a Creative Common Attribution License.
Please upload the following clip.
British Pathé's entire collection of newsreels is now available for free on YouTube. The 85,000 videos showcase 80 years in global events, ranging from the historically significant to the downright weird.
Please upload this video. I taped it. NO copyright issue. Thank you.
thank you for your video, but is it the right one? It seems to be a test (a succession of three photos with no audio)
If you are sure about it's pedagogical value, of course we'll upload it on the Gallery.