[mythtv-users] Mythweb stream recorded video to Windows client
Rich.West at wesmo.com
Sun Nov 5 05:33:00 UTC 2006
Actually, I think I figured it out. Rather than having the link for the
video be listed as the fancy "mythweb/pl/stream/<streamid>", it would be
better if mythweb just sent a small asx file to the client (if the
client is a windows machine) like:
<ASX version = "3.0">
<TITLE>Mickey Mouse Clubhouse</TITLE>
<TITLE>Micky Mouse Clubhouse - Minnie Red Riding Hood</TITLE>
<AUTHOR>MythTV - MythWeb</AUTHOR>
<REF HREF =
When I did that with my test case, it worked beautifully.
Since mythweb/data/recordings is not accessible (blocked via .htaccess
rules, I believe), I just made my recordings available via a symbolic
link at the top level of the web site and built the asx file by hand.
Now, the trick will be to get mythweb to do the detection, write the
appropriate URL to an automatically generated ASX file. :)
>> Is it possible to configure MythWeb to do something similar? Or is this
>> a job for "MythStream"?
> I posted earlier about a program I call Mythtube. It involves
> converting the files to flash (FLV) and then they play in a browser.
> It's mainly for over the internet video, but works fine on a home
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