In Reply to sdayman&sillk:
I guess the QuickTime server must’ve be down. It works now.
In Reply to sdayman:
All I want is to be able to play movies from within the webpage that would work via embeding code in HTML. I first used WMP files. It worked fine, but I added a radio station to my page that I use with WMP, and when I use the same (WMP) to watch videos on my site, it crashed many users (two WMP on the same page at once). So I went torwards (upgrading) QuickTime streaming for better results and faster viewing. Yet, now the QuickTime embed code only worked via IE. The “sample.mov”… I left it like that because for some reason it only works (in IE) with it like that for some reason.
Is flash my next solution? I really do not want to go that way since that is a little more complicated. I spend enough time online as it is. If I can get this QuickTime streaming to work properly with both browsers that would be great.
What do you mean just standard .mov files? Play standard .mov files via the webpage without streaming?
If anyone can help or just give feedback, I would very well appreciate it. Thanks.
I basically have a radio station streaming on my page (WMP), and I would like to keep that there since most of my users enjoy it. Though at the same time I NEED to be able to have users watch videos via the site without downloading. I can’t use WMA videos because two WMP’s on the page (videos radio) cause it to crash for some reason. I want streaming radio and QUALITY videos to be able to play on my webpage at once. I am willing to pay someone to help me to get this to work in a simple HTML way. I know it is possible, and I may sound like a noob for asking such a thing. But I really dont have time to learn a new method (at this moment) and would like to atleast get the radio and videos working together.
What is with this QuickTime embed code working for both IE and FireFox?
I just did some more Googling and I read that some one came up with a solution with FireFox by encoding to .mp4 file format. Will QuickTime stream .mp4 movie files?