-dumpstream on ASF/WMA is real-time only. Can it be accelerated?
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On 2010-05-30 17:26, Reimar D?ffinger wrote: > On Sun, May 30, 2010 at 08:10:49AM -0700, Alun Jones wrote: > >> Please let me know if there's anything I'm doing wrong, if this is a >> fundamental limit set at the server, or something else entirely. >> > Something in-between. MMS is indeed designed to only produce data > in realtime, however there seem to be some tricks to convince it to > do it faster. However MPlayer does not use these tricks, and actually > I don't even know nay details how they work (I think something like telling > the server that the client is still trying to buffer). > I'm not sure I get this "protocol rollover" business. If the bbc mms:// links are actually rolling over to rtsp then why is it still not possible to download at faster than realtime? How do I find out what protocol the url is actually rolling over to anyway? -- Colin Rosenthal