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Does anyone know if its possible to force  new viewers to the livestream using the play.html?name=xxx viewer to start their playback at the current live frame and not what appears to be in the buffer? I also cant see a way using the controls to seek upto the current live frame either. Any help is appreciated.

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Hi,


This is an old question but for future references, I'm going to answer it.
The play.html?id=streamId shows the current live frame, if you want to play the recording you have to enable it in the settings and access the recording over VOD. 


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Asim

On Friday, January 24, 2020 at 12:27:57 PM UTC+3, LordBoBCUP wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone know if its possible to force  new viewers to the livestream using the play.html?name=xxx viewer to start their playback at the current live frame and not what appears to be in the buffer? I also cant see a way using the controls to seek upto the current live frame either. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in Advance 
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Hi,
I have a problem with WebRTCAppEE: while publishing RTSP I would like the player to always show the live feed, or a black screen / splash message when ofline.
Current behavior is: when a RTSP stream from OBS stops, the player on the website tries to playback from it's buffer. If stream becomes active again it does nothing, until I manually refresh the client browser.




On Monday, May 11, 2020 at 8:53:44 PM UTC+2, mahmut asım Onat wrote:
Hi,


This is an old question but for future references, I'm going to answer it.
The play.html?id=streamId shows the current live frame, if you want to play the recording you have to enable it in the settings and access the recording over VOD. 


Best,
Asim

On Friday, January 24, 2020 at 12:27:57 PM UTC+3, LordBoBCUP wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone know if its possible to force  new viewers to the livestream using the play.html?name=xxx viewer to start their playback at the current live frame and not what appears to be in the buffer? I also cant see a way using the controls to seek upto the current live frame either. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in Advance 
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Hi Maciej,


You can create a playlist and add a vod stream to the playlist so that whenever your stream ends, the playlist would show that vod which might include your splash screen or black screen. You can check out the rest api or use the dashboard to create the playlist:
https://antmedia.io/rest/#/Playlist%20Rest%20Service/createPlaylist


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Asim

On Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 5:47:08 PM UTC+3, Maciej Sowilski wrote:
Hi,
I have a problem with WebRTCAppEE: while publishing RTSP I would like the player to always show the live feed, or a black screen / splash message when ofline.
Current behavior is: when a RTSP stream from OBS stops, the player on the website tries to playback from it's buffer. If stream becomes active again it does nothing, until I manually refresh the client browser.




On Monday, May 11, 2020 at 8:53:44 PM UTC+2, mahmut asım Onat wrote:
Hi,


This is an old question but for future references, I'm going to answer it.
The play.html?id=streamId shows the current live frame, if you want to play the recording you have to enable it in the settings and access the recording over VOD. 


Best,
Asim

On Friday, January 24, 2020 at 12:27:57 PM UTC+3, LordBoBCUP wrote:
Hi,

Does anyone know if its possible to force  new viewers to the livestream using the play.html?name=xxx viewer to start their playback at the current live frame and not what appears to be in the buffer? I also cant see a way using the controls to seek upto the current live frame either. Any help is appreciated.

Thanks in Advance 
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