Live Smooth Streaming feedback threadRSS

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Last post Dec 02, 2009 09:02 AM by shrik

  • Live Smooth Streaming feedback thread

    Mar 19, 2009 11:13 PM|chriskno|LINK

    The beta release of Live Smooth Streaming was announced yesterday at the MIX09 conference.  This functionality is based on Smooth Streaming, and enables adaptive streaming of live events to Silverlight clients. 

    What are your thoughts and questions about Live Smooth Streaming?  We'd love to hear them...

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    Chris Knowlton (Microsoft alumnus)

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  • Re: Live Smooth Streaming feedback thread

    Apr 02, 2009 11:35 PM|chriskno|LINK

    One comment, in case you missed it - you can try the new Live Smooth Streaming feature right now, and you don't need your own encoder or Silverlight client.  Use the Live Smooth Streaming Starter Kit to try out this new functionality!  Read more here:  http://blogs.iis.net/jboch/archive/2009/03/20/live-smooth-streaming-try-it-now-no-encoder-required.aspx.

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    Chris Knowlton (Microsoft alumnus)

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  • Re: Live Smooth Streaming feedback thread

    Apr 10, 2009 01:57 PM|michelnok|LINK

    Hi Chris, While evaluating Live Smooth Streaming module for our needs we have found some inadequacy we would like to have insight to. We configured a sample publishing point per 'Getting started' guide and it works fine. But then we tried to configure a publishing point without 'Archive media' option, it turns off the 'Publish media fragments' option and the player receive 'Internal server error' in this case. Is it possible to have non-archived publishing point or archive it with some limitation by size/time? Thanks.
  • Re: Live Smooth Streaming feedback thread

    Apr 13, 2009 04:33 AM|samzhang|LINK

    Hello Michelnok,

    The Beta release of Live Smooth Streaming always requires archive being enabled in order to serve smooth streaming clients. More controls over archiving functionality will be available in future releases.

    Thanks,

  • Re: Live Smooth Streaming feedback thread

    Dec 02, 2009 09:02 AM|shrik|LINK

    Run The beta and even used the IIS Smooth Streaming Player Development Kit - Beta 1 to build our own custom slick player.
    And the hole experience was remarkably smooth..
    We do have a problem When choosing to archive the live feed in segments . the IIS7doesn't create the appropriate .ism and .ismc files . so there is no way of playing those archives files...
    what is the use of segmented archives if we can't even play it?

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