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Streaming quicktime video on client side.

Mark O' Sullivan
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Joined: Aug 17, 2009
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Just wondering is there a way of streaming quicktime video content on a web-page to avoid it being downloadable? I know about the html tags, object, embed etc, but the issue with this is that the video is totally downloaded to client beforehand in browser for embed tag, say. Is it possible to get a movie player on the client side to stream quicktime video content say through servlet code? I'm trying to avoid quicktime real-time servers, for example, and just wondering can this be done through java code? I've looked at the jmf stuff, is this a possibility, though I heard there are a lot of problem with applets on client-side. Any ideas, don't know if this is possible, but would love some suggestions.
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