..I'm gonna need to watch this keynote? I remember last time there were a few protocol tweaks in Quicktime, but I can't remember specifically what...<br><br>JC? You're the big QT guy...<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a...</font color=red><br>
Loc: New Hampshire
the most important setting probably is the Transport Settings. QT can broadcast over UDP or HTTP. UDP is better, but if you are behind a firewall, router or NAT you won't be able to view the broadcast. HTTP is just as good and will be able to slide thru firewalls, and routers and such.<br><br>If you go to the Quicktime settings, select the Connection Tab<br><br><br><br>and then click Transport settings.<br><br><br><br>if you click Auto Configure - QT will determine for you if you should use UDP or HTTP.<br><br>also a quick review of other connection settings like making sure you have selected the right bandwidth etc. and you should be ok.<br><br>If you like to test your setting - cut and paste this into your QT player. I believe I have configured the streamer the same way Akamai would.<br><br>rtsp://ns2.rtxnet.com/live.sdp<br><br><br>And I'll be hanging out here in case I can help some more.<br><br><br>
Ok, got both video and sound after a couple of retries...<br><br>That's a great idea...almost like a video answering machine...<br><br>How do you set it to broadcast a clip like that? Let's say we're in the middle of a webcast and I want to show everyone a video like that...<br><br>How do?<br><br>[color:red]Hold on, it's time for a...</font color=red><br>
Loc: New Hampshire
well, it's on the streaming server - it let's you make playlists to play QT movies randomly or sequentially. I uploaded a small QT movie and told the streamer to play it and loop the playback. so, you really can't be live webcasting and then switch to a pre-recorded material using that method.<br><br>
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