Hello Adobe FMS Community,
Here is my situation: I have taken the 150, 500 & 700 kbps sample f4v files and manuelly packaged them for multi-bitrate streaming using f4fpackager. I then placed them in <FMS install directory>/webroot/httpDynamicStream. When I access the OSMF Player from the local machine (http://[Server's LAN IP Address]/OSMFPlayer/OSMFPlayer.html) and try to play the URL: http://[Server's LAN IP Address]/httpDynamicStream/httpDynamicStream.f4m, everything works fine. However, when I access the OSMF Player which is hosted on a different server on the network ((http://[Other Machine's LAN IP Address]/OSMFPlayer/OSMFPlayer.html and pass the URL: http://[Server's LAN IP Address]/httpDynamicStream/httpDynamicStream.f4m, I get an error #2048. Could someone help me understand what the problem is here? Do I need a crossdomain.xml? If so, please give an example of one that would work.
Thanks a lot.
Thanks for using the HTTP Dynamic Streaming.
As you mentioned, you are hitting the missing crossdomain.xml error itself (the error code 2048 confirms this). Attached is a sample all-allowing (and hence risky for non-testing purposes) crossdomain.xml that you can use.
Thank you !
Thanks for your help. After placing the properly formatted crossdomain.xml file at the root of the web server, the HTTP Dynamic Streaming worked from any client! I will make sure to modify it later for production purposes.