I've tried and tested everything I know to and whenever I publish content in DMM it does come up in the video portal. Instead what I see is dots that repeatingly blink in sequence as if the video is unavailable.
When I launch the DMM and reference the test option and launch the portal through the DMM link it seems to work just fine.
I have a deadline to meet by next week and have beat this to death with things that I know. Any direction or assistance would be greatly appreciated.
First thanks a million for the response. Still somewhat new with the whole DMS solution, but finding assistance on things seems next to impossible at times.
That said maybe I'm confusing things. We currently are not utilizing any DMPs (I'm assuming digital media players). My issue is strictly regarding the ability for me to deploy content thats viewed through the portal (dot issue).
The thing is I have been using this for a while now (testing) and it has never had an issue. I just get those blinking dots when trying to launch the submitted video when its launched from the programs list.
HMMM I am assuming the blinking dot is in the video window. Correct? Is it like a cursor period blinking?
What media type are you using? Windows? Flash? Real?
Does this occur with all media types?
Where is your media located. You should not be streaming media from the DMM even though it allows you to do that. The actual files should be streaming from the appropriate streaming server or flash server. Have you tried that?
I checked the "known bugs and issues and didn't see any reference to this or anything similar.
Got to be something in how the file is set up in the DMM or either in the file's codec.
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