[MPlayer-users] how to get this .mov

Goetz Waschk waschk at informatik.uni-rostock.de
Fri Jan 9 09:12:13 CET 2004

Am Do 08 Jan 2004 15:58:31 GMT schrieb gabor:
> live com has some test apps for rtsp support,
> one of them is openRTSP, which should be able to open and/or save an rtsp stream.
> but it can't.
> it tells me:
> Opened URL "rtsp://a1757.v11408.c1140.g.vq.akamaistream.net/5/
> 1757/1140/3ff9e9e8/1a1a1ae247b6e455c93f6dce3eae1a7fad107fec1b8
> ef356cb3da2d13b9c0a39a61d90f6265a/mwsf_keynote_250.mov", returning a SDP description:
> v=0
> o=StreamingServer 3282562651 760085187000 IN IP4
> s=/5/1757/1140/3ff9e9e8/1a1a1ae247b6e455c93f6dce3eae1a7fad107fe
> c1b8ef356cb3da2d13b9c0a39a61d90f6265a/mwsf_keynote_250.mov
> u=http://www.akamai.com/
> e=quicktime at akamai.com
> c=IN IP4
> b=AS:327
> t=0 0
> a=control:*
> a=x-qt-text-nam:Macworld Keynote 300k
> This session has no media subsessions (i.e., "m=" lines)

Hmm, this may be a stupid question, but can Quicktime play that stream
or is it completely broken? 
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homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of
totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty or democracy?
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