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- 07-04-2008, 02:25 PM #1Member
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supported rtsp formets
I need to know the URL formats supported by media player in MMAPI (JSR-135).
Using getSupportedContentType() method, I found that emulator does not support RTSP -- Only http links work on the emulator. The following link was tested successfully on the emulator with a player created using MMAPI (JSR-135)
On device, both rtsp and http links are supported. On the device, the player created using MMAPI (JSR 135) is able to play the following rtsp links
The following devices used for testing : Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson W910i.
On the device, the player created using MMAPI (JSR 135) could not able to play the following rtsp link:
/126.96.36.199/__MM__/dvs%3a1%3a102%7c123%7c150%7caudio%7cClientID%3d108 %7c1%7c275%7c6335060020186878001%7c7%2f2%2f2008+12 %3a56%3a41+PM%7c7610c6818031d4c4%7c
The native player(player of Sony ericsson mobile "walkmen 3.0 edition") (which does not depend on JSR 135) on the device was able to play the following rtsp links
//188.8.131.52/__MM__/dvs%3a1%3a102%7c123%7c150%7caudio%7cClientID%3d108 %7c1%7c275%7c6335060020186878001%7c7%2f2%2f2008+12 %3a56%3a41+PM%7c7610c6818031d4c4%7c
Based on the above information, Can you provide me the URL formats supported by JSR 135 ? Is there any restriction on the URL format, such as encoded format, plain format, etc. ? Is it possible to add streaming or media related parameters to the plain format that can be understood by the player ?
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