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Hi, I was already talking with a sales rep about this, and they weren't much help other then pointing me to these forums. My question is: I want to create a web-based media player using Flash. Users of the web site have the ability to upload video, in quicktime or wmv format, and other users can view these videos right away. So can the communications server either: 1. Stream quicktime and wmv files? 2. Or convert quicktime/wmv to flv on the fly? And finally, the users can also upload audio, so I'm guessing it's pretty simple to stream mp3s as ...

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    Default stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    Hi,

    I was already talking with a sales rep about this, and they weren't much help
    other then pointing me to these forums. My question is:

    I want to create a web-based media player using Flash. Users of the web site
    have the ability to upload video, in quicktime or wmv format, and other users
    can view these videos right away. So can the communications server either:

    1. Stream quicktime and wmv files?
    2. Or convert quicktime/wmv to flv on the fly?

    And finally, the users can also upload audio, so I'm guessing it's pretty
    simple to stream mp3s as well with this.

    Thanks,
    -Justin

    MaritimeSource Guest

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    Default Re: stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    So the Sales people don't know, and no one knows here either?
    MaritimeSource Guest

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    Default Re: stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    I think that flashcom can't do that... the only choice (I guess) is to create a
    conversion system that when the upload finishes, it starts.... ffmpeg is a gnu
    soft that can handle several formats... take a look at it....

    Pumb@ Guest

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    Default Re: stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    Originally posted by: MaritimeSource
    So the Sales people don't know, and no one knows here either?

    This isn't exactly the best place to find help that I've found :-)
    jadedchron Guest

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    Default Re: stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    Originally posted by: jadedchron
    This isn't exactly the best place to find help that I've found :-)

    Do you have any other suggestion?


    MaritimeSource Guest

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    Default Re: stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    My website ( [url]www.talentshowoff.com[/url] ) allows people to upload video. A batch job
    then uses ffmpeg to convert the video into flv which can then be emailed as
    links for sharing with people. I'm not using communication server at present
    because it doesn't install on thr Mandrake Linux my site is running on, but I'm
    looking to get a new server running redhat. My next project aims to record
    video from a webcam which will then be uploaded to a server and can then be
    emailed.

    radmm Guest

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    Default RE: stream/convert quicktime/wmv on the fly

    Here is an ASP.NET project that allows you to upload any video, converts it to FLV using ffmpeg, captures a thumbnail image of the uploaded video and plays it in a flash player.

    You can check it out here:

    [url]http://www.mycsharpcorner.com/Post.aspx?postID=4[/url]

    From [url]http://www.developmentnow.com/g/73_2005_9_0_0_600121/streamconvert-quicktimewmv-on-the-fly.ht[/url]

    Posted via DevelopmentNow.com Group
    [url]http://www.developmentnow.com[/url]
    Yousef Guest

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