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    streaming a udp through Magicinfo

    Has anyone using Magicinfo Pro managed to get a udp streaming through it.
    We have 10 screens using this and would like some presentations to play with TV alongsdie info screens. Our TV is streamed accross the site from the Exterity server, which plays fine in VLC.
    We have even tried to embed the udp into a web page which played really stutterry.
    Any ideas.

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    I assume that your embedding WMP into a webpage and its that that is streaming the content. I'd open a udp stream directly with WMP from and external display and look at the statistics (should show udp,tcp,or at worst http). By default WMP should be using those but it couldn't hurt to make sure they're checked. If they are and it doesn't it would be worth checking your firewall settings on the server and it's gateway.

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    I really need to play directly in Magicinfo, but I'm not sure whether it supports this. It strikes me it would need to have a built in player.
    It can play mpegs so it must use something to play them.

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    Try updating the codec on the magicinfo screens, this may help. I use Klite codec or a cccp codec. Remember to disable the EWF on the screens before making you updates.

    The screens are capable of playing the stream, you should be fine once the updated codecs have been added.

    Hope this helps.

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