Android :: How To Get Streaming Videos?

May 27, 2009

I am using latest Android version android-sdk-windows-1.5_r2.zip and ADT-0.9.1 version. Can anyone guide me how to get live video to play on emulator? I have gone through many forums on this, however could not get any firm response on successful RTSP or HTTP streaming of live feed.

Android :: How to get Streaming Videos?


Android :: Can Anyone Tell Me That Which Videos Supported For Streaming?

Jun 15, 2009

Can anyone tell me that which videos supported for streaming? I tried .mp4,.3gp videos. But none of the videos supported?

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Android :: Streaming Youtube Videos

Jun 17, 2009

I am writing an application to play the you tube videos using streaming. First method: I am getting the RTSP URL to the video using GData APIs. Here is the code to play the RTSP url. VideoView mVideoView = new VideoView(this); setContentView(mVideoView); mVideoView.setVideoURI(Uri.parse("rtsp://rtsp2.youtube.com/CiILENy73wIaGQkDwpjrUxOWQBMYESARFEgGUgZ2aWRlb3MM/0/0/0/video.3gp")); mVideoView.start(); But it throws error on both G1 device and emulator (Emulator has some firewall problem as per mailing list) Here is the error message ERROR/PlayerDriver(35): Command PLAYER_INIT completed with an error or info PVMFFailure, Second method: A hack way to get the path of 3gp file from http://www.youtube.com/get_video?v=<VideoID>&t=<>&<>.. After getting the file path and I can call setVideoURI and it plays fine. But it is a hack way to achieve the requirement. I have checked the Youtube App also, it also does the hack way to play the you tube url.(Checked with logcat). I have tried changing from VideoView to Media Player but no change in the error. Is there a "Clean" way to do this?

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Android :: Videos Not Valid For Streaming To Device

Sep 24, 2010

I switched to a Droid X yesterday (and am loving it) from the original Motorola Droid with QWERTY. My original Droid had the 2.2 Froyo update with the Flash 10.1 and I could watch all the movies on Iphonemovies.net on it. I got my Droid X and the Froyo update was available with the flash player which I installed but now when I go to Iphonemovies.net it is telling me "Sorry, this video is not valid for streaming to this device." Anyone else come across this? Is this a format thing that needs to be set/changed on the actual Droid X device or is it a problem on the website end where the Droid is so new it's not recognizing it. And yes, I have Flashplayer on it now.

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Media :: How Can I Create Streaming Mp4 Videos?

Jul 21, 2010

I'm trying to create .mp4 video clips that when you click on the link in a browser (I have an Evo 4G) the clip will buffer and stream in the HTC Streaming Media Player. So far I only get this error message when the streaming media player launches: "Warning - Video is not for streaming play. Would you like to download the file." All my clips play great when downloaded to the SD card and they all stream flawlessly on the iPhone. Not sure if this problem is HTC specific or all Android phones. Has anyone created .mp4 clips that can be streamed from a website? What software and settings are you using? I'm using Handbrake which obviously isn't working.

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HTC Desire :: Watch Streaming Videos Online?

Apr 1, 2010

What type of videos can you watch on the device? Can you watch streaming videos online?

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General :: Streaming Videos Through GPRS On Smartphone / Computer

Mar 17, 2014

I have observed that the Smartphones (particularly Android) do not perform as well as the computers when performance is compared on GPRS / EDGE.

I have tested streaming videos on while on GPRS / EDGE (not 3G or 4G) and observed that the smartphone gives up saying connection problem. When I stream the same videos with the same GPRS / EDGE connection through a USB Dongle on a computer(with same SIM Card inserted which was used for testing on Smartphone), the Computer performs better and is able to stream the Videos.

I request the experts to explain why this happens. The SIM and its location are the same and the speed received from it is also the same. Then why does the computer able to play it while the smartphone gives up saying connection problem.

I would like to clarify here that the GPRS / EDGE works alright on surfing websites etc. while the problem is only in streaming. I have tested this on various phones of Samsung / HTC / Motorola so the question of a particular phone having some problem does not arise.

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General :: Videos Not Streaming Via Chrome Or Internet On Note 2

Nov 19, 2013

I'm using Note 2 -android 4.1.2. I've come across an unusual problem today. I tried streaming videos and none of the videos are playing on both chrome and the defalt internet app. I always used the default browser video player.

When a video is clicked to play, the usual black screen appears but thereafter it just keeps loading with the circle going round in the middle (attached screen). But nothing happens. I have not installed any other apps since before nor any other mods.

What I have already tried. I have resetted app preference under app manager and stil the same issue

Tried installing MX player and tried to load the streaming video via mxplayer still same issue.

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Android :: Streaming MP4 Videos In Application On Android Platform

Oct 16, 2010

I have an app that I designed for Iphone and Ipad, and am now porting it over to android. It streams high quality video files and I am having a great deal of trouble getting the files to stream in android. I have seen the file stream on a motorola phone at the ATT store, but have had trouble with an android phone on tmobile, and verizon. The files are MP4 files, encoded in quicktime using H.264, and saved as quicktimes. I then open them in MPEG streamclip, and save them as MP4s. The reason is that I can get higher quality at lower bit rates and smaller file sizes using this way. I am encoding at 720 x 400, using a bit rate of 800k per second. These work perfectly in the iphone environment but I have had limited success in the android world.

Here is a link to a file if you are interested in investigating further:
http://64.250.238.26:1111/clips/GeorgeKahumokuHaleOlu.mp4
Does android run differently on different service carriers? Is this a hardware limitation on different phones? My question is this.Can anyone verify that there is a problem with my files? And can anyone tell me what I need to do to get my video files to play more predictably on the android platform?

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Media :: Find A Media Player To Play Streaming Videos On Andro?

Sep 1, 2010

Does anyone know where to find a media player that would allow you to play streaming videos on Android Browser?

I want to know if you can play streaming videos on your web browser on your android os phone.

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Samsung Captivate :: Watching Streaming Videos On Captivate

Sep 10, 2010

Is it possible to watch videos on xfinity or espn3.com on the captivate? Im able to access the comcast and espn3 websites but when i click on the episode or video it doesnt load. do i need another media player?

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HTC Desire HD :: Refresh Videos In Standard Videos App

Nov 17, 2010

I'm using myPlayer to download videos to watch during my commute. Even though the myPlayer app recommends arcMedia to play the downloaded videos, I've found that the default Videos app works just fine, and is a bit better thanks to the Dolby Mobile sound.

However... after downloading the video to the phone, the video takes an age to show up in the Videos app's list. I can usually prod the app into re-scanning the SD card for videos my unmounting and remounting the card, but that's a bit of a pain. Does anyone know of a way of just getting the Videos app to have another look for new files?

(I know, it's not a major hassle to remount the SD card, but I'm an ex-iPhone guy and used to the 'it just works' way of doing things...

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Android :: App For Streaming Music

Oct 4, 2010

I'm looking for a music streaming app. one that goes from my PC to my DESIRE over wifi or blue tooth. if the app can let me skip forward or back a track, thats a bonus. have looked at mspot, orblive and subsonic but none are really free and have a bunch more options that i don't really want.

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Android :: How Video Streaming Can Be Done?

Apr 6, 2009

Can anyone tell me how video streaming can done.

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Android :: Streaming Video 3gp App?

Aug 17, 2010

The default player gets out of sync with the audio/video. Is there a replacement for the stock player for streaming video? Im on the htc inc.

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HTC EVO 4G :: EVO / Android BT Music Streaming?

Jul 12, 2010

The base radio on the Venza dominates. Toyota's new dedication to advanced consoles and tech is right on point. There's even a built in holder in the dash that secures my EVO upright, with a connection for my USB power cord. I even got the bluetooth music streaming to work. Awesome. I get into the car, and right away, it starts streaming my music right to the bluetooth stereo. That's where my brain melted.

I seem to only be able to play the album that I was currently listening to in the music app. I can switch tracks, but that's all I can seem to do from the car controls. The most frustrating part is, I have NO idea where to go for information. Toyota? They give simple instructions on how to get it started, but that's about it. I'm there already.

It's really an android thing, but it's kind of a fusion between the two. What functionality does Android expose for BT streaming, and which of those functions does the Toyota interface have a "hook" into? For that matter, it could be my inexperience with the EVO music player. Does it support playlists, linked playlists, random playlists, etc, etc. For that matter, can I download a different/better media player that will help me facilitate streaming better? Too many questions, and shockingly, Google isn't coming back with the detailed help I was expecting..........

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Android :: Mediaplayer With Streaming

Feb 17, 2009

I am developing a media player which will download the media content from network (Shoutcast) It works fine. Problem is a small gap between players (2 players) I am using two mediaplayers to play the data while a thread downloads and stores the data and stores in to 100Kb files continuously. on first players oncompletelistener() i started the second player wise versa. I think there is a problem with mp3 frames(header sync byte) while splitting 100kb files. how to resole the gap between players.

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Android :: NFL Online Streaming

Oct 3, 2010

Real briefly I have a Samsung Moment phone thru Sprint and I am trying desperately to find a way to watch NFL games live. Does anyone know a way to do this because flash is not supported for android? With my pc I usually go to justintv, veetle.com, or atdhe to watch games for free however my pc is broke right now. I would greatly appreciate any help on this matter.PS I also would like to watch online straining of movies and such if anyone knows of an android app that I can use at veetle.com and such?

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Android :: FM Radio Streaming App

Nov 9, 2009

I've been reading around quite a bit and got my Droid today. I am looking for an app that streams FM stations online. I used something like Wunder radio on the WinMo platform. I am not interested in Pandora or Slacker as I want to stream real talk/music stations around the US. Anyone have luck finding one that works good?

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Android :: RTP Streaming With Cupcake

Jun 17, 2009

Is RTP streaming known to be working on Cupcake devices? I have not been able to start an RTP multimedia session with my G1 since Cupcake upgrade. It was working before the upgrade, e.g. by using the VideoView class and providing an RTSP URL. But the same test which was working before fails now. The RTSP OPTIONS and DESCRIBES exchanges are OK, and then there is a "PVMFFailure" in the Log, and a popup saying "Sorry, this Video can't be played".(Note: I removed a similar message that I sent yesterday because it contained broken links)

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Android :: Streaming Files From NAS?

Nov 14, 2010

Are there any apps to help stream movies/music from my networked attached storage drive. I can do this with my Iphone but the files need to be of a certain format?

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Android :: Streaming .asx Files

Oct 25, 2009

No apps exist yet that can play streaming .asx files? Sort of surprised by this.

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Android :: Pandora Now Streaming Ads

Jul 16, 2010

Anyone else starting to get streaming ads with Pandora? I know they've been doing this with the iPhone app for a while, but didn't think it had come to Android yet. I've been using the android app for 8+ months with NO ads, then today I get 2 within the first 10 minutes of listening.

I'm not talking about the banner picture ads, I have those blocked with AdFree. It comes on between songs and I had one for McDonalds and one for KFC.

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Android :: Streaming To The MediaPlayer

Mar 24, 2010

I'm trying to write a light-weight HTTP server in my app to feed dynamically generated MP3 data to the built-in Android MediaPlayer. I am not permitted to store my content on the SD card. My input data is essentially of an infinite length. I tell MediaPlayer that its data source should basically be something like "http://localhost/myfile.mp3". I've a simple server set up that waits for MediaPlayer to make this request. However, MediaPlayer isn't very cooperative. At first, it makes an HTTP GET and tries to grab the whole file. It times out if we try and simply dump data into the socket so we tried using the HTTP Range header to write data in chunks. MediaPlayer doesn't like this and doesn't keep requesting the subsequent chunks.

Has anyone had any success streaming data directly into MediaPlayer? Do I need to implement an RTSP or Shoutcast server instead? Am I simply missing a critical HTTP header? What strategy should I use here?.................

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Android :: Streaming With MediaPlayer In SDK 8

Nov 17, 2010

SDK level 8 (Froyo) has introduced the native capability for the MediaPlayer to connect to a streaming source, like Shoutcast. Previous SDK versions were able to do workarounds, such as run a local proxy on the device (see NPR). I took the same approach as NPR and am using a StreamProxy. However, NPR first checks if the currently running SDK is less than 8. If so, it uses the proxy. Otherwise, it connects directly. My StreamProxy requests metadata from the Shoutcast server, so it does not simply route the data from Shoutcast to my client. Instead, it parses out metadata and uses it accordingly, and only routes the music data.

When trying to use the StreamProxy at SDK level 8 or above, the MediaPlayer fails to prepare. My StreamProxy receives the connection and accepts it, but after successfully writing out the status line and headers to the client, the next write produces "java.net.SocketException: Connection reset by peer". This results in the client's mediaplayer throwing an "Error(1,-1007)". I am trying to figure out why the MediaPlayer is unable to connect to my local proxy. It should be the same as connecting to the original source without the metadata, which does work. I am forwarding on all headers from the external source, through my proxy, which includes content-type.

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Android :: Streaming With Mediaplayer On 2.0

Dec 18, 2009

I have an app that streams mp3's from a server, works fine on 1.5 and lower. But on the droid, for certain songs the mediaplayer buffers to like over 50% but onPrepared() is never called. These same songs work fine on 1.5 or on a 2.0 emulator but for some reason they just hang on the actual droid phone. No mediaplayer errors are thrown but if i call stop or reset it while it is hanging like this, it throws this,

12-18 19:14:05.230: ERROR/MediaPlayer(15718): stop called in state 4 12-18 19:14:05.230: ERROR/MediaPlayer(15718): error (-38, 0) 12-18 19:14:05.238: ERROR/PlayerDriver(987): Command (6) was cancelled

it is only for certain files (yes they are all mp3s) and only on the droid. Anyone have any ideas why these songs would hang? I already checked the http headers and they are correct.

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Android : Need App For Streaming World Cup

May 9, 2010

I would be ECSTATIC if an app that could stream the World Cup existed. Anyone know if one exists or is in the process of being created?

I, for one, would definitely be willing to pay for it.

I know ESPN is broadcasting the World Cup and I have access to ESPN360. Anything I can do with that to stream it?

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Android :: App For Streaming Live TV On Epic 4g?

Nov 4, 2010

is there an app for streaming live TV on the Epic 4g?

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Android :: Streaming Encoded Video Via RTP

Jul 31, 2009

For a research project we need to capture video on the HTC magic and transmit this video over a network to other devices, both HTC magic's and desktop pc's (which have their own implementations of the codecs).For the transmission over the network we are using some of our own native libraries, which have all compiled fine and work. These libraries work via the RTP (Real time transfer) protocol. This poses a significant problem because RTP expects detailed information about the contents of each packet (exact timestamp, sampling rate, which part of which frame is in each packet etc.) So we tried the method described at http://www.mattakis.com /blog/kisg/20090708/broadcasting-video-with-an This appears the only way to get the MediaRecorder to send it's data to our native application. So we run a server-socket on the native side, send MediaRecorder output to a FileDescriptor of a javasocket. The native side does receive data. 2 problems however :

1. Like said in the blogpost : header information etc. is not filled in, so if we write the data to file from the native-side, it's not playable.

2. The socket we write to is TCP, so a stream implementation. So there is no clear way to know where each frame begins and ends (because the data comes in continuously). And that's the main problem : we can't package the data in good RTP packets for transmission! Nor can we get good information about the timing etc. So we looked into OpenCore a little bit, hoping to be able to do it through JNI-interfaces ourselves (or maybe even directly with the native implementations from our native code). This has proven a daunting task, because so little documentation can be found on these things. So the question is : Is it possible to get the encoded video (and audio) data with clear frame-separation and good timing-information for RTP transmission? (It is not an option to use anything but RTP, as the research is partly about RTP possibilities)

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Android :: Live Video Streaming

Nov 14, 2009

I need help on live video streaming. I want to do the following things in live video streaming.
1. I want to broadcast the live video which is recording by camera from one android mobile directly to a particular ip address.
2. now i want to play that video to another android mobile from that ip address without storing that video.

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