I want to stream to ACNS but without using a Windows Media Server (if possible). I need to detail a BOM and i want it to be as small as possible. I have tried with Windows Media encoder to stream to ACNS but that didn't work (it gave an error message like: "this device doesn't seem to be a Windows Media Server..). Now i am in doubt if it is possible at all. Could you specify in more detail the connection between a Windows Media Encoder (running on my portable) and an ACNS box ? Does the encoder send the stream to ACNS (push) or does ACSN pull the stream from the encoder ? Or is it impossible what i am trying to do ?
Thanks Dan. I really appreciate your feedback. I have build in some "security" in my BOM, so that i can convert to a setup with CDM if needed (2devices). I'll try the alias definition in any case also. But it is clear that in every case, the ACNS box pulls the stream from the encoder, not vice versa (encoder sending to box)
Correct, you setup the encoder with the stream/alias and the CE accesses the encoder via http:www.xxx.yyy.zzz:8080. I've attempted to use RTSP or MMS in the past but HTTP is the only one that works reliably.
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