[CentOS] [OT] Playing mp4's on centos httpd

Wed Nov 28 02:12:15 UTC 2012
James Pifer <jep at obrien-pifer.com>

On 11/27/2012 8:02 PM, Patrick Lists wrote:
> On 11/28/2012 01:04 AM, James Pifer wrote:
>> Sorry for the off topic, but hoping someone here can point me in a
>> direction and end my endless googling... I have some mp4 training videos
>> that our users need to be able to download or stream directly to their
>> browser.
>> I have the h.264 module loaded on httpd on centos (using
>> http://swimminginthought.com/streaming-mp4-video-webserver-solved/#).
>> So I think I have most of the infrastructure in place, but I'm not sure
>> how to setup the streaming for all browsers. Do I need to embed some
>> type of player? Like a flash player? Do browsers, Firefox and IE,.
>> already have a player I can make use of?
> It seems with the info/code from http://videojs.com/ you should be able
> to offer streaming videos to your users. Another popular option is
> flowplayer: http://flowplayer.org/ Either way I guess you will need to
> create a web page that offers the training videos.
> Regards,
> Patrick
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Thanks. I think videojs.com might do the trick and appears to be free.