|Minimalist Streaming Audio (html5) app||Massimo Di Pierro||11/22/13 6:33 AM|
|Re: [web2py] Minimalist Streaming Audio (html5) app||Vinicius Assef||11/22/13 12:18 PM|
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 12:33 PM, Massimo Di Pierro
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|Re: [web2py] Minimalist Streaming Audio (html5) app||黄祥||11/22/13 4:00 PM|
why it's not work when i upload a video? what can i do to run the video too on the application?
this is the result when i upload video :
thanks and best regards,
|Re: [web2py] Minimalist Streaming Audio (html5) app||Massimo Di Pierro||11/22/13 7:20 PM|
Because your expand_all does not recognize the wmv extension. In gluon/contrib/autolinks.py there is a list of supported formats:
|Re: Minimalist Streaming Audio (html5) app||JoeCodeswell||11/23/13 11:55 AM|
Thanks for this. I am very interested in streaming audio with web2py.
Since I began to write this post, I did a little research. I now believe that this is a Windows XP problem.
The w3schools site says here for MP3:
So no good for MP3 on (Firefox 25.0.1; Windows XP sp3). Not a web2py problem. A .wav file works great both locally and on WebFaction.
Here's a link to a related Firefox bug.
Thanks again, Massimo.
Love and peace,
On Friday, November 22, 2013 6:33:17 AM UTC-8, Massimo Di Pierro wrote:
|Re: [web2py] Re: Minimalist Streaming Audio (html5) app||Vinicius Assef||11/24/13 6:59 AM|
Joe, a little offtopic, but avoid using w3schools.
See why: www.w3fools.com
> So no good for MP3 on Windows XP. Not a web2py problem. A .wav file works
> great both locally and on webFaction.