Hello, and thanks for the follow up,
Having done a few tests with the Source element, works perfectly (thanks for the updated doc and example)
From preliminary test on my side, I've been able to read/playback
- On demand, static WMV files http://WWW.XXX.YYY.ZZZ:PORT/PUBLISHINGPOINT/FileName.wmv
- Live stream from a broadcast publishing point http:// or mms:// WWW.XXX.YYY.ZZZ:PORT/BroadcastPoint
- WSX Files on the WMS in the format of
<media id="video1" src="MYMEDIAFILE.wmv" />
I want to thank you and the rest of the team working on this project for bringing the SMF framework into the realm of compatibility the Windows Media Services ecosystem. Though I appreciate the all the benefits of IIS Smooth Streaming, we still have tens
of thousand of assets which are in WMV format and not readily convertible, as well as ongoing usage of the live publishing points. This release with the compatibility to WMS / progressive download is very significant in allowing the community to start building
on the SMF with out placing a absolute requirement on Smooth Streaming.
Keep up the good work, look forward to more information on future roadmap for the SMF.