I just emptied the cache, disconnected from internet, then tested index.html and it still works fine from my local computer- video with audio.
This morning I tried to reload all of the webinar folders (I've just given you the contents for one webinar folder, but we have 5 others). I deleted the folder "Recordings" on the server. Then in Dreamweaver, I synchronized the entire site with option "get and put newer files." The Dreamweaver search came up with 38 files to "put" from my local machine to the server - all files within the "Recordings" folder on my local computer.
Still no audio on the server versions.
Has video but no audio
Still returns an error - page not found
This happens with all 6 webinars on the server. The .html and .swf files work, the .flv files do not. More examples:
All of the .flv files linked to above return "File not Found"...
in other words they do not exist at the links above.
So it's not that the .flv files don't work, they don't exist.... at least at the links you provided.
They are there! The .flv files were transfered with the .html files in the dreamweaver sync.
I can see them in the same file structure with the same names on the local computer and on the server.
you are right, the swf files are there, BUT your videos are very long, and it will take a very long time to load them. So it might be necessary to split your video into chapters or segments.
And I for my part can't find - like others - a flv file.
Well there are only a few possibilities if you say that you've transferred them....
The .flv files didn't transfer correctly or the Web host doesn't have the correct MIME type set for .flv.
Can you see and compare file size of the files on local and files on server? They should be the same size. If files on server are smaller, then they didn't upload correctly.
You might also want to try using a real FTP program rather than DreamWeaver to upload files to the server. For PCs, use Filezilla:
For MIME issues, contact your Web host.
But the browser will not be able to download the .flv file until you can also do a direct download.... as in posting the like above.
As long as those links return file not found... you won't have audio.
Thank you adninjastrator.
The file sizes on the same on the local and server. I'm waiting to hear back from the server host about MIME.
I will try a different FTP program in the meantime.
You have been very helpful!