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Am wrote:This version ( 20121105) does not work at all with PIN options.


Could you connect to your server from your home and office with the following client (in debug mode), and pm me the console logs for both cases?

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10205542/AirVideoClient_debug_20121106.exe

Cheers, tenya
Am wrote:Did not work if try to connect by PIN number to another PC on the work in the same LAN


[UPDATED]

Many thanks for testing. The issue may be fixed in the latest version (20121105).

http://www.inmethod.com/forum/posts/list/135/514.page#17994 (bottom)

Am wrote:On Ipad, Air Video client asking only for Server PIN number in 9 digits, like 123 456 789 format
Does not mater if Server IP change or no.
Is it possible to create the same function in your client instead of IP?


Please test the latest version (20121102) in http://www.inmethod.com/forum/posts/list/135/514.page#17994 (bottom)

Please test the obsoleted client on Windows 8:

http://www.inmethod.com/forum/posts/list/135/514.page#17994 (bottom)

I have just fixed the crash-on-lauch problem, and delegated the http live streaming function to VLC 2.
Air Video Client for Windows: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10205542/AirVideoClient_win32_20111218.zip
Requirements: Windows XP or later. For live conversion, .NET framework 4 is required, and if you are using Air Video Server 2.4.3, download Elecard AVC HD Player (trial version), and locate the player in the client app. For Air Video Server 2.4.5beta users, locate a VLC media player in the app. TCP port 8008 must be opened for live re-streaming proxy.

[03/22/2011] Re-implemented by wxRuby
[03/25/2011] Mod for Ruby 1.9. HTTPLiveStreamingProxy is now isolated from the client app.
[03/28/2011] Playing with live conversion is now available on Windows XP or later with Elecard AVC HD Player.
[03/29/2011] Tests on pseudo-seek during live conversion.
[03/31/2011] Now compatible with AirVideo Server 2.4.5beta (playback/livePlayback-2.4).
[04/01/2011] Fixed wrong live playback starting points, etc.
[04/03/2011] HTTPLiveStreamingProxy was re-written by C#, which resulted in less memory usage. Add manual bitrate selection / recording buttons.
[04/07/2011] Fixed live conversion request method (now all movies could be played by live conversion)
[04/07/2011] Abort the development because much better solution has been found. See pavram's post on 5th Apr 2011.
[05/31/2011] Temporal fix of encoding problems (UTF8-MAC) on AirVideo Server 2.4.5beta6 Mac
[12/18/2011] Context menus for sorting options were added for my personal use. Recompiled with Ruby 193p0 and Ocra 1.3.
JazJon wrote:I'm still waiting for a Windows client to view videos. Air Video and StreamToMe are both excellent but neither one will let me watch my videos on my Windows Laptop? Come-on, please?


The client exists. See page 10 and 11 of this thread.
boaz101 wrote:If we embedded a Windows Media Player ActiveX control into a C# windows form we could create our own controls to control WMP. We could add a slider bar at the bottom of the form to re-position the video. Dragging the slider bar would tell the shim to calculate the right segment in the playlist to fetch. Then it start downloading from there and restart the WMP control at that point.


Great idea, I am awakened to the truth!

Now I'd like to sort out the architecture of Air Video Client for Windows. pavram, boaz101, please let me know your opinions. (shall we launch a project?)



I have already implemented the fundamentals above (file navigator and HTTP live re-streamer) by Ruby [see my previous post (updated) to evaluate it]. But it requires external player; the seek bar is on File Navigator (it should be with player's video panel, but unfortunately ActiveX control cannot be used on wxRuby); it is somewhat slow; it eats several ten MBs of main memory during the live conversion, and more. Obviously HTTP live re-streamer and player (ActiveX control + seek slider) should be build by windows native compilers, whereas File Navigator should be written by Ruby if one would like to use airvideo.rb to save time of the development.
Air Video Client for Windows: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/10205542/AirVideoClient_win32_20121114.zip
Requirements: Windows XP or later. If you are using Air Video Server 2.4.3, download Elecard AVC HD Player (trial version), and locate the player in the client app. For Air Video Server 2.4.5 (or later) users, locate a VLC media player (2.0 or later) in the app.

[11/14/2012] Fixed obtaining local server address from PIN registration server.
[11/05/2012] Fixed obtaining global server address from PIN registration server.
[11/02/2012] Added PIN-based server registration.
[11/01/2012] Delegated HTTP live streaming to VLC thanks to the latest updates. Now the client works without HTTPLiveStreamingProxy.exe
[10/31/2012] Temporal fix of app crash on Windows 8. Recompiled with Ruby 1.9.3-p286 and tested with AirVideo Server 2.4.6b3.
[12/18/2011] Context menus for sorting options were added for my personal use. Recompiled with Ruby 193p0 and Ocra 1.3.
[05/31/2011] Temporal fix of encoding problems (UTF8-MAC) on AirVideo Server 2.4.5beta6 Mac
[04/07/2011] Abort the development because much better solution has been found. See pavram's post on 5th Apr 2011.
[04/07/2011] Fixed live conversion request method (now all movies could be played by live conversion)
[04/03/2011] HTTPLiveStreamingProxy was re-written by C#, which resulted in less memory usage. Add manual bitrate selection / recording buttons.
[04/01/2011] Fixed wrong live playback starting points, etc.
[03/31/2011] Now compatible with AirVideo Server 2.4.5beta (playback/livePlayback-2.4).
[03/29/2011] Tests on pseudo-seek during live conversion.
[03/28/2011] Playing with live conversion is now available on Windows XP or later with Elecard AVC HD Player.
[03/25/2011] Mod for Ruby 1.9. HTTPLiveStreamingProxy is now isolated from the client app.
[03/22/2011] Re-implemented by wxRuby
Air Video Client for Windows (alpha test)

Implemented by Ruby+VisualRuby+exerb with "airvideo.rb" written by jphastings.

[Requirements]
1. Windows 7 (XP and Vista would be ok)
2. Any video app that can play streaming m4v video (iTunes, Quick Time Player, VLC, GOM Player, Windows Media Player, etc.)

[Download]
http://videonews.lv9.org/dlcenter.php?fn=airvideo/AirVideoClient_20101208.zip
Obviously "airvideo.rb" written by jphastings can be used in Windows as well. For example, one may install cygwin+ruby and VLC on Windows, download airvideo.rb, and create your own ruby client. The following is a simple example of Air Video Client for Windows 7 (64bit) (CUI only, with cygwin+ruby and VLC):
Can somebody rewrite the code and add a gui for Windows? (hope to implement live conversion as well) I really want to do it, but am new in ruby and am not familiar with Windows!
 
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