from the example/bin directory:
NetStream Example. Copyright (c) Firelight Technologies 2004-2005.
Press space to pause, Esc to quit
FMOD error! (23) Unsupported file or audio format. [/quote:rksm0713]
any ideas why? this stream plays fine with windows media player
- nirva asked 12 years ago
and one more final one:
its actually from a different url:
i grabbed that url and it gives me:
then i tried to play the first url in netstream, and it gave same response about unsupported format
if i wget the Ref1= url, i get back the exact same contents.. but if i play it in windows media player, it works perfectly. wmp must be sending down something else that its looking for.
yes, however those streams are usually listed as a mms:// stream — these were confirmed http:// all the way:
[quote:ehkvvmph]GET /Cliqhop?MSWMExt=.asf HTTP/1.1
X-Accept-Authentication: Negotiate, NTLM, Digest, Basic
Supported: com.microsoft.wm.srvppair, com.microsoft.wm.sswitch, com.microsoft.wm.predstrm, com.microsoft.wm.startupprofile
Accept-Language: en-US, *;q=0.1
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Pragma: packet-pair-experiment=1, no-cache, pipeline-experiment=1, client-id=3714975880, xResetStrm=1, features=”broadcast”, timeout=60000
Date: Mon, 13 Jun 2005 23:47:33 GMT
Cache-Control: no-cache, x-wms-stream-type=”broadcast”
Last-Modified: Sat, 30 Dec 1899 00:00:00 GMT
Supported: com.microsoft.wm.srvppair, com.microsoft.wm.sswitch, com.microsoft.wm.predstrm, com.microsoft.wm.fastcache, com.microsoft.wm.startupprofile
and then tons of streaming data. i really would like to play the mms:// streams too, but http/asf is good enough for now
fmod doesnt seem to support asx — ive never gotten one to work using the netstream example or any other code.
as for where i found fmod’s claims:
[quote:h1yjdyav]Internet Streaming Support. With one function call, it is possible to play an mp3 or wma over the internet! (you just pass a URL to FMOD instead of a filename) [/quote:h1yjdyav]
from http://184.108.40.206/ifmodfeatures.html under the ‘Music Playback’ section.
I am about to buy a license to the fmod engine.. please clear this up for me!
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