Can you see what requests your player is making when you are trying to play the stream?
Im not sure what you mean by that, sorry.
Can you analyze network requests made by your player through a proxy such as Fiddler or by pressing F12 in your browser window for the player and see the network requests being made? Most probably, you are missing crossdomain.xml file in your webroot.
You can create a simple crossdomain.xml in the webroot with the following contents :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
Still nothing I can verify the embedded player is trying to access the stream URL I setup. I can still verify stream publishing in the admin console, but I cannot embed the video, still getting the same generic error.. I am streaming to my private server running Windows Server 2008 R2 that I host multiple sites with. I am beginning to think the URL doesnt recognize that I am trying to access the webroot folder for the manifests, but I don't know how to tell if this is the case or how to change this setting. Can anyone provide me an example of a proper html code to embed a video using the FMLE stream I am publishing that they can verify works with a similar setup to what I have?
check for the crossdomain.xml file
delete the .stream files from the livepkgr application folder
restart the ams
and check hds connection in strobe media play back
still cannot view the stream after those instructions. I can confirm the stream is connecting in the admin console, shows bandwidth usage and everything. Can someone provide me a generic crossdomain.XML file that would work for any basic server setup in case my problem is with it? Also, I am going to attempt to keep my stream lvie as continuously as possible. If anyone feels like testing if they can view the stream, feel free using this IP and the URL provided earlier in this thread: 220.127.116.11
I tried playing live stream from rtmp://18.104.22.168/livepkgr url..
Assuming that you are doing multi bit rate publishing from FMLE and hence the stream names are livestream1, livestream2 and so on so forth...I tried subscribing to livestream1 stream but found nothing coming to client from teh server...even though the rtmp connection is established between my client and your server.