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how to do video streaming?

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hi all

i want to upload the video files to the server..
then i encode all the video files into flv files ...
and then i am go to streaming ...
in the mean while i create the thumbnail image from video..

doubts:

how to upload the video files to web server?
(here we r using freebsd as webserver)

which streaming server i use?
(real time,flash media player etc..)

how to get uploaded video files from web server to streaming server?
(how to do this?)

i have no idea about this..

plz let know the solution for this...

Thanks in advance..

Regards,
poorna

Aug 28 '06 #1
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Hi Poorna
You can use file input element of HTML to upload any file.
there is no specific for upload procedure for video files you can
upload any file by this element then it will get uploaded in a temp
folder of php you have to save the file in your desired location from
php and then process whatever you want to process on it.
mail me if you have any more problems in it

Thanks
Ninad

poorna wrote:
hi all

i want to upload the video files to the server..
then i encode all the video files into flv files ...
and then i am go to streaming ...
in the mean while i create the thumbnail image from video..

doubts:

how to upload the video files to web server?
(here we r using freebsd as webserver)

which streaming server i use?
(real time,flash media player etc..)

how to get uploaded video files from web server to streaming server?
(how to do this?)

i have no idea about this..

plz let know the solution for this...

Thanks in advance..

Regards,
poorna
Aug 28 '06 #2

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Hi Ninad ,

thanks for ur reply..
Already i had done image uploading..
but i cant to upload the video files ...
i run my codings but it didnt show any error..
that was my problem...

What can i do for this ??
any other special process for video file uploading??
plz let me know..

Thanks
poorna

Aug 28 '06 #3

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poorna wrote:
Hi Ninad ,

thanks for ur reply..
Already i had done image uploading..
but i cant to upload the video files ...
i run my codings but it didnt show any error..
that was my problem...

What can i do for this ??
any other special process for video file uploading??
plz let me know..

Thanks
poorna
As Ninad said - there is nothing special about uploading video files.
If it doesn't work, PHP will have some errors. Check your error log -
see your php.ini file for location - it may be the Apache error log or a
separate file.

Additionally, for testing, you can use:

error_reporting(E_ALL);
ini_set("display_errors","1");

to enable displaying errors.
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Aug 28 '06 #4

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Hi Poorna
do what Jerry had told in previous post and alos check the
file upload limits by printing the phpinfo(); if the size of the file
is more than the maximum size allowed in the php then also it will not
upload the file. that is upload_max_filesize

Thanks
Ninad
poorna wrote:
Hi Ninad ,

thanks for ur reply..
Already i had done image uploading..
but i cant to upload the video files ...
i run my codings but it didnt show any error..
that was my problem...

What can i do for this ??
any other special process for video file uploading??
plz let me know..

Thanks
poorna
Aug 30 '06 #5

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hi Ninad

i changed the upload_max_filesize to 15m in php-ini file ...
now the video file(which is in KB size) was uploaded..
but the video file(which is in MB size) was not uploaded...
i cant to find the error..
what can i do for this??
plz help me to come out from this..

Regards
poorna


Ninad wrote:
Hi Poorna
do what Jerry had told in previous post and alos check the
file upload limits by printing the phpinfo(); if the size of the file
is more than the maximum size allowed in the php then also it will not
upload the file. that is upload_max_filesize

Thanks
Ninad
Aug 30 '06 #6

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poorna wrote:
hi Ninad

i changed the upload_max_filesize to 15m in php-ini file ...
now the video file(which is in KB size) was uploaded..
but the video file(which is in MB size) was not uploaded...
i cant to find the error..
what can i do for this??
plz help me to come out from this..

Regards
poorna


Ninad wrote:

>>Hi Poorna
do what Jerry had told in previous post and alos check the
file upload limits by printing the phpinfo(); if the size of the file
is more than the maximum size allowed in the php then also it will not
upload the file. that is upload_max_filesize

Thanks
Ninad

Where does your php.ini file indicate your error log is? If there isn't
one in the php.ini file, it will use your Apache log.

Of course, you can always set a log file in the php.ini then change it
back if you want.

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Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
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Aug 30 '06 #7

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Jerry Stuckle wrote:
poorna wrote:
hi Ninad

i changed the upload_max_filesize to 15m in php-ini file ...
now the video file(which is in KB size) was uploaded..
but the video file(which is in MB size) was not uploaded...
i cant to find the error..
what can i do for this??
plz help me to come out from this..

Regards
poorna


Ninad wrote:

>Hi Poorna
do what Jerry had told in previous post and alos check the
file upload limits by printing the phpinfo(); if the size of the file
is more than the maximum size allowed in the php then also it will not
upload the file. that is upload_max_filesize

Thanks
Ninad

Where does your php.ini file indicate your error log is? If there isn't
one in the php.ini file, it will use your Apache log.

Of course, you can always set a log file in the php.ini then change it
back if you want.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Hi jerry

really thanks for your reply...
we didnt have php log file
we r using apache log ...

how uploading is belonging to set the changes in apache log ??
i cant understand..
plz explain me..

regards
poorna

Aug 31 '06 #8

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poorna wrote:
Jerry Stuckle wrote:

>>poorna wrote:
>>>hi Ninad

i changed the upload_max_filesize to 15m in php-ini file ...
now the video file(which is in KB size) was uploaded..
but the video file(which is in MB size) was not uploaded...
i cant to find the error..
what can i do for this??
plz help me to come out from this..

Regards
poorna


Ninad wrote:

Hi Poorna
do what Jerry had told in previous post and alos check the
file upload limits by printing the phpinfo(); if the size of the file
is more than the maximum size allowed in the php then also it will not
upload the file. that is upload_max_filesize

Thanks
Ninad

Where does your php.ini file indicate your error log is? If there isn't
one in the php.ini file, it will use your Apache log.

Of course, you can always set a log file in the php.ini then change it
back if you want.

--
==================
Remove the "x" from my email address
Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
==================

Hi jerry

really thanks for your reply...
we didnt have php log file
we r using apache log ...

how uploading is belonging to set the changes in apache log ??
i cant understand..
plz explain me..

regards
poorna
You need your Apache error log, not the Apache Access log. They are two
different logs.

Without knowing the real error any attempt to fix the problem is just
guessing. And we can keep guessing forever.

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Jerry Stuckle
JDS Computer Training Corp.
js*******@attglobal.net
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Aug 31 '06 #9

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