Creating links to HTML5 Player

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Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby boiler » Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:55 am

You have online http://www.umediaserver.net/umediaserver/install.html in paragraph №5 specified how to create a link for RTMP Flash Player, please show me how to create a link to the player HTML5, such as "uppod"? http://uppod.ru/help/html5
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby admin » Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:35 am

Google for HTML5 <video> tag.
It should contain a link to .m3u8 file of HLS live streaming.

Various web players do it differently. We recommend FLowplayer
http://umediaserver.net/umediaserver/demos.html
http://umediaserver.net/umediaserver/faq.html
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby boiler » Thu Nov 26, 2015 8:11 am

You understood me wrong. I was not referring to those links ...
Here is an example of creating "RTMP" links "Flash Player".
=== To create a link to a file
On your website there is an example:
rtmp: //192.168.1.1: 5127 / vod / Mediaroot / Test.mkv
According to him, I prescribe their data and get:
rtmp://boiler.asuscomm.com:5119/vod/Med ... 181611.avi
=== To create a link to the online broadcast
A sample from your site:
rtmp: //192.168.1.1: 5127 / live / WebCam
what I got:
rtmp: //boiler.asuscomm.com: 5119 / live / uVMS_74f8997e9f1884e76581
These links are working, but they are for the "Flash Player", and I would like to receive all the same only for the player "HTML5". Please give detailed instructions with an example.
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby admin » Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:02 am

HTML5 does not support live video.

I understood you right, and I repeat my answer:

Google for HTML5 <video> tag.
It should contain a link to .m3u8 file of HLS live streaming.

Various web players do it differently. We recommend FLowplayer
http://umediaserver.net/umediaserver/demos.html
http://umediaserver.net/umediaserver/faq.html


"HTML5" players like uppod, Flowplayer, JWplayer don't actually use HTML5 on Windows OS, they use Flash engine instead, because
HTML5 does not support live video.

Example on our demo site: http://umediaserver.net/umediaserver/ne ... erhls.html
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby boiler » Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:26 am

well, I play in this link:
http://boiler.asuscomm.com/uVMS/HLS/HXE ... 76581.m3u8
your "Flowplayer", you are giving me the time? 2 and the question how to build myself such a link?
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby admin » Thu Nov 26, 2015 12:01 pm

1. Change your uVMS admin password! I just logged in as admin, and I can take control of your system!

2. To your question:
Open http://umediaserver.net/umediaserver/ne ... erhls.html
View source, save as html on your hard disk, open in notepad, replace the .m3u8 link with your own .m3u8 link.
(http://boiler.asuscomm.com/uVMS/HLS/HXE ... 76581.m3u8)
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby boiler » Fri Nov 27, 2015 5:23 am

Once retained web page and changed the link to m3u8-file, open it in a browser - does not work! I tried to just keep the page open in your browser, and - does not work!
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Re: Creating links to HTML5 Player

Postby admin » Fri Nov 27, 2015 9:17 am

send your html page that "does not work" to techsupport@umediaserver.net
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