downloaded wmv (asx) file has audio but no video
|David||10/28/2006 04:23 am|
I'm using OEE 4.4 and when I download the following wmv (asx) link, I get a file on my hard drive that contains the audio, but no video.
Here is the link:
I've also tried the direct mms link, but it gives the same result:
Any ideas on this one? I can play this link over the Internet in my browser. Why is the file downloaded by OEE different than the one that plays in my browser?
Thanks for any help!
|Oleg Chernavin||10/30/2006 03:44 am|
|Can you please try with MMST protocol:
Would this help?
|David||10/30/2006 01:14 pm|
Thank you for your reply!
> Can you please try with MMST protocol:
I tried this url, but I got the following response from OEE:
"Connection to host www.fednetvideo.net failed."
Do you have any other ideas?
Thanks a lot,
|Oleg Chernavin||10/31/2006 08:25 am|
|I am trying both protocols, but it looks like the site is down now.
|David||10/31/2006 12:54 pm|
|> I am trying both protocols, but it looks like the site is down now.
Thanks Oleg. I just tried and the site is working fine. Make sure you try http://www.fednet.net/asx/mg/MG101306.asx in your normal browser if you think the site is down. This link has *always* worked in a normal browser for me.
|David||11/01/2006 07:46 pm|
Sorry to bother you, but I was wondering if there has been any progress on this issue.
Thanks again for any help,
|Oleg Chernavin||11/02/2006 06:01 am|
|Sorry, I am still working to find a way to fix this.
|Oleg Chernavin||11/02/2006 08:13 am|
|It maybe strange, but I opened the URL in MS Media Player online and got exactly the same - sound and a black screen. Maybe the source has a problem?
|David||11/02/2006 12:54 pm|
|Thanks for sticking with this one, Oleg. :)
> It maybe strange, but I opened the URL in MS Media Player online and got exactly the
> same - sound and a black screen. Maybe the source has a problem?
Hmmm... I've never had that happen to me. Just to be clear, I'm using version 9.00.00.3349 of MS Media Player, and I'm opening URL "http://www.fednet.net/asx/mg/MG101306.asx". It plays fine every time for me. Which version of MS Media Player are you using? Please be sure to use the same URL I just typed above when you issue the "Open URL..." command in the media player.
Please let me know your version number and if you are able to open the URL above.
Thanks again for your help,
|Oleg Chernavin||11/06/2006 09:30 am|
|My version is 10.0.0.4036.
|David||11/13/2006 04:52 pm|
This still isn't working for me. It works fine in my browser, but not in Offline Explorer. Any ideas?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/14/2006 04:54 am|
|Well, I will keep working on this, but I am not sure if I will have any success.