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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
I have installed Wowza Streaming Engine, test link I need to configure Wowza Stream as a TV with a list of movies. Also I want to run advertisements every hour according to Pakistan time starting at 11am for first ad . 11am to 10pm Total 12 ads daily We need three options for ads playing 1. Random play ads automatic selection from 1000 ads (every hour) 2. Decided choice play manual selection from 1000 ads (every hour) 3. Skip option ( if we don't wanna run ad)
Skills: Wowza Media Server
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I have this EC2 instance with Wowza Media Server installed on it. From that, I use an iFrame embedded on my site to stream videos (LIVE and VOD). After the live stream, Wowza sends videos files to a S3 bucket, and I can use an iFrame to VOD. This system was built for me by Flavius, a nice developer that I found here (Elance days). Everything was working fine, until I installed a SSL certificate on my site. After that, iframe did not work, because my EC2 instance was not https. Then I got a SSL certificate installed on my EC2 instance. Now the iframe video player shows, but no video ("error loading stream"). Here is my last talk with Flavius, my old dev: Me: certificate is installed on Nginx web server. Can you check now if there is any other adjustment do make? And BTW, for me, still "error loading stream". But now, certificate is valid. I look at the source code. See below. Isn´t necessary to adjust these URLs to https? Just a guess. <script type="text/javascript"> jwplayer('mediaplayer').setup({​ sources: [ {​file: ""}​, {​file: ""}​ ], fallback: "true", width: '100%', height: '100%', // image: '', stretching: "uniform", <!-- none, exactfit, uniform, fill (default is uniform) --> title: "Play", controls: "true", autostart: "false", mute: "false", primary: "flash", <!-- html5 or flash --> repeat: "false", logo: {​ file: "", hide: "false", position: "bottom-right", margin: 10 }​, }​); </script> ___________ He: The Wowza playback URLs should keep the HTTP playback URL. The HTTPS should only be used when loading the player embed web page. Unfortunately I don't have the bandwidth to work on this SSL problem. You should hire a web expert to get this sorted out. (...) That is why I need a new dev.
Skills: Wowza Media Server Amazon EC2
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
We require an dependable expert developer to implement an environment for embedding ad's into our existing video CMS using Flowplayer HTML5. Ad's will be managed through the Revive Ad engine (we have purchased the plugin) which we used currently for static banner ads on our site. We are looking to implement pre and mid roll adds along with some overlay ads. The right developer for this job is someone who has at LEAST 5 years experience in php, javascript development, familiar with CI and Wordpress and most importantly at LEAST 3 years solid experience with Flowplayer, HTML5, Wowza Streaming Engine and Revive. There will be ongoing work on this project if you bring the right attitude, skillset and communications. We broadcast live and on-demand video of sporting events through our CMS with very demanding customers.
Skills: Wowza Media Server CodeIgniter HTML5 JavaScript