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    Talking TVersity now supports iPhone!

    http://tversity.com/

    You can now stream videos and music to your iPhone! VERY COOL!

    // Ike



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    Got excited when I 1st saw this post but then read this, taken from tversity site:

    "Please be advised that when video transcoding is needed, the iPhone cannot start playback until the entire conversion is completed, this is a restriction of the MP4/MOV/3GPP containers when streamed over HTTP (and since the iPhone does not support RTSP/RTP there is no way around it at the moment)."

    This means that is basically that the whole avi file or whatever you are playing is transcoded (in to MP4) on the fly by tversity server but won't play until the whole mp4 file has been downloaded by the iPhone. Can't really class this as streaming.
    Last edited by hubbards; 07-31-2007 at 05:01 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hubbards View Post
    Got excited when I 1st saw this post but then read this, taken from tversity site:

    "Please be advised that when video transcoding is needed, the iPhone cannot start playback until the entire conversion is completed, this is a restriction of the MP4/MOV/3GPP containers when streamed over HTTP (and since the iPhone does not support RTSP/RTP there is no way around it at the moment)."

    This means that is basically that the whole avi file or whatever you are playing is transcoded (in to MP4) on the fly by tversity server but won't play until the whole mp4 file has been downloaded by the iPhone. Can't really class this as streaming.
    Unless you are a MAC fanboy who has everything converted to MP4

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    the iPhone cannot start playback until the entire conversion is completed, this is a restriction of the MP4/MOV/3GPP containers when streamed over HTTP (and since the iPhone does not support RTSP/RTP there is no way around it at the moment
    That's not true. Goto this page on your iphone: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwsf07

    Click on 'Watch this keynote' and you will see that they keynote starts playing immediately, you don't have to wait untill it's all downloaded. It's streaming in RTSP right to the iPhone.

    I think it's a matter of the right Javascript, interacting with the Quicktime player on the phone.

    I'm looking for such a script btw, so if anyone has it, feel free to share...
    Last edited by invaders; 07-31-2007 at 08:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hubbards View Post
    Got excited when I 1st saw this post but then read this, taken from tversity site:

    "Please be advised that when video transcoding is needed, the iPhone cannot start playback until the entire conversion is completed, this is a restriction of the MP4/MOV/3GPP containers when streamed over HTTP (and since the iPhone does not support RTSP/RTP there is no way around it at the moment)."

    This means that is basically that the whole avi file or whatever you are playing is transcoded (in to MP4) on the fly by tversity server but won't play until the whole mp4 file has been downloaded by the iPhone. Can't really class this as streaming.
    Hey you can stream live music such as proton radio etc. Also stream your itunes library if you want. As a free program you can't really complain about the features so far, it can only get better.


 

 

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