>We've got the QuickTime server running and it will stream files
>over http, but not over rtsp - eg for the url
>rtsp://server.domain.com:554/filename.qt the browser just tries to
>look rtsp up as a domain name. We have configured /etc/services
>port 554 as follows:
>Have also tried tcp but the documentation (what little there is)
>indicates udp to be the best option.
>Has anyone successfully installed and run this server on Linux?
#1 QT Movie files typically end in .mov, not .qt. Your server may not
recognize .qt as a valid mime type, most use .mov
#2 Your browsing software may not be configured properly or may not
support what you intend to do with RTSP. When in doubt, feed that URL to
QT Player and see if it cann connect. Check the MIME type settings for
QuickTime and make sure that RealPlayer, etc. are not hi-jacking QT's RTSP
protocol handlers on your machine.
And when in doubt, hire a streaming expert :) You may not have a multicast
kernel (unlikely- these days most are), your routers may not support
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