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Hello! Currently I have a 50MB Video in " Progressive Download Video " set on my Dreamweaver CS3 made website, but the problem is it is too slow! I am guessing that the " Progressive Download Video " setting is not for me. I am looking into " Streaming Video " thinking that it will be faster that way, Am I correct by thinking this way? Since its going to be a 50 MB movie clip I guess it is the way to go. While trying to set up " Streaming Videos " I am stuck at " rtmp:// " I don't have a clue to what this is and what to type into it? I tried pointing it to the web address on my server but it says " Please enter valid server URI in the form of rtmp://myserver/myapp/myinstance. " How do I fix this problem? Thanks in advance!

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Last Post by Thomas Winckler
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If it is a .flv file, I use a flash player called 320x240.swf and use the following code

<p style="text-align: center">     
  <object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" style="width:320px; height:240px;" data="320x240.swf">
    <param name="allowFlashAutoInstall" value="true" />
    <param name="Flashvars" value="url=EnjoyTheRide.flv" />
    <param name="allowScriptAccess" value="sameDomain" />
    <param name="movie" value="320x240.swf" />
    <param name="quality" value="high" />
    <param name="bgcolor" value="#ffffff" />
  </object>
</p>

The player is free and can be found here

Simply download the zip file and use the 320x240.swf file from the archive.

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If its too slow it could be a number of things. The sever its downloading from could be slow, or your Internet connection is slow.

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Progressive download works always fine when you increase the buffer time in the component inspector in flash I use always 2.0 sec and don't have any cut outs.

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