mymovy.com vs m.youtube
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BlackBerry BOLD mymovy video streaming vs m.youtube
mymovy.com vs m.youtube
1) We're a technology company that licenses this software; even mymovy.com is licensable MMES (see Movidity website) mymovy supports live channel streaming
3) the technology we have does not depend on rtsp (required by myoutube) to stream (even live) and can be accessed through any cellular network through standard ip/tcpip
...but it is not progressive downloading which does not support live streaming
4) rtsp is a proprietary protocol and all servers, routers and your handheld must have the same version of rtsp to support an rtsp stream. That is why m.youtube often does not work on handhelds which presumeably have rtsp.
It actually doesn't work on our BB BOLD, because we connect through Rogers in Canada.
5) mymovy supports corporate portals which are discrete and secure. It can be used for UGC and the main portal can be used by individuals for this purpose, but the site is intended for commercial hosting. Video fetches on mymovy also demostrate 15 sec commercial advertizing.
6) mymovy is not a WAP site and all searching is done on the content of the site (tag, name, etc.) through the mobile player.
7) the mobile player also supports ip-based text messaging which is not dependent on SMS an looks like regular data - hence it is globally accessible;
SMS support is also carrier dependent and specifically charged as SMS messaging
8) mymovy can support a much larger number of streaming video clients because of our streaming model which is an async octet stream and not a bit stream requiring dedicated bandwidth or bandwidth reserved through rtsp
9) our "stream" is also dynamically adaptive in the encoding rate to accommodate fluctuations in bandwidth to the gateway (BES, BIS, carrier) server; myoutube is video encoding at an inflexible rate
10) myoutube cannot be streamed through a BES server connection; the BES server segments a video stream
11) the player code has to enable wifi connectivity (which is free); m.youtube will not so you'll be paying for 3g access all the time
12) mymovy can support "just audio" for upload/transcode and streaming; the Options interface on the handheld allows you to do this
The site can support millions of items of mobilized video/audio.
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This is a bunch of crap
I visited your sit and it is a bunch of crap consisting of maybe a hundred videos. Your claims are also bogus. RTSP is a standard protocol developed by IETF and W3C and NOT a proprietary protocol. Your protocol is proprietary and you are trying to re-invent the wheel. There is no benefit to this whatsoever...
I know this thread is relatively old but...
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You have to change your tcp setting to the open internet connection offered by your provider to access the website correctly. See...
YouTube on BlackBerry BOLD
YouTube and BlackBerry BOLD:
Streaming video to BlackBerry BOLD using at standard tcpip connection:
what is rtsp "streaming" and why it can vary in implementation
The sending of streaming data itself is not part of the RTSP protocol. Most RTSP servers use the standards-based RTP as the transport protocol for the actual audio/video data, acting somewhat as a metadata channel. The RTSP server from RealNetworks also features Real's proprietary RDT as the transport protocol, and
Mymovy.com is a demostration website of LogoVision Wireless/Movidity technology, which includes streaming model and codec technology. Mobile streaming is done through an adaptive bitrate model which is suitable for wireless/cellular networks in which there is considerable bandwidth variability. This model is completely encapsulated by tcpip. So, to the network, router, server and handset, it is the standard - the proprietary aspects which pertain to a lossless transmission and rate adaptation are invisible.
Only Public Portal videos on Mymovy.com are visible on the website and accessible to all users on the handheld.
mymovy.com vs m.youtube
I still don't understand what you are doing. You may be right that there are versions of RTSP and if it's not up to date, myoutube will not work. But your solution is to install your video player on every mobile device... That is a longshot.
If the player was popular, you would also have newer versions of the player and the back end system, and an older version would possibly not work, so your argument is mute.
With higher bandwith rates, that are not too far into the future, the need for your technology will diminish. Sort of like the "browser accelerators" during the dial-up period in mid nineties.
MyMovy TV is NOT READY for primetime. I have tried this damned application with both the 8830 and with the Storm and these guys seem not to be able to get ANYTHING right.
Then I turn to MobiTV and see these guys seem to have their stuff together.
The only thing worthy about MyMovy TV is their Fight Network content which features Ring of Honor (a wrestling organization I have been trying to keep tabs on) and thats about it. The rest of it is PURE Chaos!
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