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Embedding mediasense recorded mp4 in a web page

How to embed a mp4 file in a web page?

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Re: Embedding mediasense recorded mp4 in a web page

in playable form ?

On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 2:06 PM, Vairamuthu Sethu <community@cisco.com>

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Re: Embedding mediasense recorded mp4 in a web page

Can you clarify what you are looking for?

If you have a MP4 file, then putting a link to it on a web page is pretty standard stuff. Lots of options based on what technology you are using for your web pages.

Or are you wanting to have a link to a MP4 file that you will stream directly from MediaSense? In that case you would use the download API to get the file and then play it on your web page. This would probably require some scripting.

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Re: Embedding mediasense recorded mp4 in a web page

Thanks for your reply.

We want to play the recorded audio in our web application. Since all media in MS are behind basic authentication, it is not working in IE using HTML5 players.

We tried with rtsp in VLC embedded player, but it takes own time to start the recording, my guess is VLC is waiting for download the media and starts playing.

Is there solution for us?

or we have to go with download to our location and play?

Thanks.

-Vairam

Re: Embedding mediasense recorded mp4 in a web page

you give authentication while getting HTTP URL by using ConvertSession API

Call. Once you get that, you don't further need any authentication, you may

directly use HTML5 player that should run this clip without any

authentication.

And for Live Streaming using RTSP URL, do you enter the RTSP URL manually

in vlc player or you are dealing it programatically ?

On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 8:08 AM, Vairamuthu Sethu <community@cisco.com>

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