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  • User547096447 posted

    Hi guys,

     Is there a simple way to stream video on an ASP.NET page?  To have it buffer, rather than have the client download the whole file and then play.

     

    Thursday, May 1, 2008 10:59 AM

Answers

  • User-1028151323 posted

     To answer your question asp.net does not provide any video or video streaming capabilities. Windows Media Server provides this, and you can create a flash file (.swf) that has embedded video that can stream.

     Neither of which requires anything from asp.net, you could do either one in standard HTML.

    I'm not sure if that information helps you.
     

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Thursday, May 1, 2008 1:26 PM
  • User2022958948 posted

    Hi,

    In my opinion, you can try the Three-Part Control to achieve playing video in the page.

    There is a free and flexible control "ASPNetVideo" to achieve this. The ASP.net Video Component allows streaming videos to be directly embedded into .Net ASPX web pages. It supports for QuickTime (.mov), Real Player (.ram, .rmv), Windows Media Player(.wmv, .avi). You can get more information at below link:

    http://pcwin.com/Software_Development/ASPNetVideo/index.htm

    And you can download this control at : http://pcwin.com/Software_Development/ASPNetVideo/download.htm

    When you install, you can deploy it with AJAX mode or Normal mode.

    After installation, it appears the ASPVideo Control Tab in VS2003/VB2005/VS2008. Only thing to do is to drag the control you need in ASPNetVideo Tab into your page. And set VideoURL property of the Video control.

    The Third-Party control isn't made by microsoft. If any accident occurs during the process, please connect with the organization of the product.

    As to streaming video, you can check the below link.

    http://steveorr.net/articles/StreamingMedia.aspx 

    Hope it helps.

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Sunday, May 4, 2008 10:25 PM

All replies

  • User-1028151323 posted

     What format is your video in now? Flash allows you to embed video and buffer it so it streams.

    Thursday, May 1, 2008 12:14 PM
  • User547096447 posted

    It would be a .wmv file

    Thursday, May 1, 2008 1:21 PM
  • User-1028151323 posted

     To answer your question asp.net does not provide any video or video streaming capabilities. Windows Media Server provides this, and you can create a flash file (.swf) that has embedded video that can stream.

     Neither of which requires anything from asp.net, you could do either one in standard HTML.

    I'm not sure if that information helps you.
     

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Thursday, May 1, 2008 1:26 PM
  • User2022958948 posted

    Hi,

    In my opinion, you can try the Three-Part Control to achieve playing video in the page.

    There is a free and flexible control "ASPNetVideo" to achieve this. The ASP.net Video Component allows streaming videos to be directly embedded into .Net ASPX web pages. It supports for QuickTime (.mov), Real Player (.ram, .rmv), Windows Media Player(.wmv, .avi). You can get more information at below link:

    http://pcwin.com/Software_Development/ASPNetVideo/index.htm

    And you can download this control at : http://pcwin.com/Software_Development/ASPNetVideo/download.htm

    When you install, you can deploy it with AJAX mode or Normal mode.

    After installation, it appears the ASPVideo Control Tab in VS2003/VB2005/VS2008. Only thing to do is to drag the control you need in ASPNetVideo Tab into your page. And set VideoURL property of the Video control.

    The Third-Party control isn't made by microsoft. If any accident occurs during the process, please connect with the organization of the product.

    As to streaming video, you can check the below link.

    http://steveorr.net/articles/StreamingMedia.aspx 

    Hope it helps.

    • Marked as answer by Anonymous Thursday, October 7, 2021 12:00 AM
    Sunday, May 4, 2008 10:25 PM