slhomme at matroska.org
Thu Apr 8 20:36:45 CEST 2010
I have installed it but never actually tried it... All I know is that it's
reported to work, with virtually any web server, even the worst ones (dixit
one of the plugin developpers). At least it proves that Matroska on the web
is very possible (a lot better than the AVI DivX used so far).
Also HTML5 is a little different in that it's not supposed to use a plugin,
but is builtin the browser.
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 8:15 PM, Kurtnoise <kurtnoise at free.fr> wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> Steve Lhomme a écrit :
> > Streaming from what point of view ? The player or the server ?
> > On the server side it's easy, it should present the stream as a file,
> > where you can (optionally) seek. It's standard HTTP streaming.
> > On the player side you may need to avoid "forward" seeking. It's
> > possible in HTTP but is not optimal in terms of connection speed. So
> > whatever element that requires you to seek to far in the file should be
> > avoid. Normally the Segment Info and Track Info headers are at the
> > beggining of the file and that's all you need for playback. If you want
> > to handle seeking, you may load the Cue list. But it's likely that you
> > have to seek forward in the file to do that. So I would advise to only
> > load it when you need it (ie when the user actually wants to seek).
> Did you try already the DivX Plus HD solution  to stream mkv files ?
> If yes, may I ask you to have your comments on this...;-)
> Best Regards,
>  http://developer.divx.com/docs/DivX_Web_Player
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