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  1. I currently have a tool that is an HTML page employing JavaScript to review video. It has the required features shown in the bullets below. It operates as designed, but only works with files on a local drive. I'd like to expand it's functionality to allow remote users to work with video files served up from a home based NAS or personal cloud type device. I don't know whether it's best to stream the video or have the page use a progressive download. I don't know what specific type of device would be best to use for serving up the video. (I currently have 50/50 fiber to the premises, but can upgrade to 100/100 or even 1000/1000, if needed.) Right now, I'm just trying to determine what's possible, the best method for accomplishing my goals, and the preferred type of device for serving up the video. Here are the features possessed by the current tool that will be required with the enhanced functionality. Display video within a browser window Support, at minimum, MOV and MP4 formats Controls: Play/Pause Mute/Unmute Playback speed Playback position (both know the current playback position of the video and be able to enter a value in a field, press a button, and be taken directly to that point in the video) Video display size Any help on getting me started in the right direction will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Andrew
  2. suppose, there are 2 servers. each server is having same video but one server only provides downloading and other provides only streaming.50 users downloading from 1st server and 50 users streaming from second server at same time. then, which server is have more load ?
  3. how to make video streaming in ASP.NET

    I want to create page which should stream a video file and should not be downloaded at client side something similar to youtube video file
  4. Hi all,Forgive me if this is the worng place for this.I have a webserver running a stream of audio files in a folder on my server on port 8080I can access the streaming audio using a media player like vlc. The server has http, and php.What I want to do is have a visual player object, where if you visited my site you could listen into my stream by clicking on the embeded media player. I Tried the examples, from http://www.w3schools...html_sounds.aspbut I dont know how to use the code to specify the ip and port where I am streaming from. <embed height="100" width="100" src="130.111.192.142:8080" /><object height="100" width="100" data="130.111.192.142:8080"></object> Things like that, just dont work. What am i doing wrong? How can I embed a way to play the audio I am already streaming on my server?
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