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Postby McDanielCA » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:29 am

You're right, I should change that. Last year we were able to do it in that time frame and when the announcements were posted, I hoped that would be the case again.

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Postby vernondcole » Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:55 pm

I missed most of the session. I was a bit late getting home, so I booted my computer using Ubuntu Linux, since it starts up so much faster than Windoze. Guess what? Firefox and Linux does not work, and no meaningful error message is given, no matter how many times I retry. Finally shut down and rebooted using Windows XP, wait an age or two while it starts up, still no good using Firefox. Try IE. Finally! Now we just need to load a video player which nobody ever heard of...
I have one word of suggestion: Silverlight. (or Moonlight on Linux.)
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LDSTech Talk 2009 - Stream Issue and Solution

Postby janetknit » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:28 pm

I had problems getting the link to work on the website to stream the LDSTech Talk 2009. I had to copy and paste the URL from the text document, remove the %20 and replace with an actual space, then it worked. The URL's that worked for me:

http://stream.lds.org/ICS/Tech%20Talk/Tech%20Talk_17Sep09_EN.wmv?MSWMExt=.asf
http://10.100.100.74:80/ICS/Tech%20Talk/Tech%20Talk_17Sep09_EN.wmv?MSWMExt=.asf

My media player (Real Player) translated the space and converted it to a %20, however, it couldn't understand the %20 directly as a space.


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