So i allow uploads of 2Gigs and i do streaming and with files being
that are 2gigs in size you can imagine things could of been loading a
Now itpp2012 mentioned to me in another area of the forum “(mapping a
is slow, use direct ip access)” And with my drives mapped still as soon
change this value parameters value to be 2G large video files are served
Can anyone tell me if it is bad that i set this value to be so large ?
What a strange bug i am totaly confused because the way i generate media
also have a webm file of the same video and the webm you go to the url
may only be 900mb but its the same length (7 hours) and it loads
The mp4 1.5gb 7hour long takes between 43 - 50 seconds before you can
to play the video.
Sorry to keep posting this all seperatly but what makes this even
once 44 or so seconds pass and the media starts playing i can skip
i like in the file and its fast as soon as i refresh and redownload i
to wait again.
I dont know why there are other files just as large but not mp4’s that
download fast and can stream fast but with large mp4’s nginx seems to
wait or buffer or something first what i dont see how it can be
when i do not use the mp4; module.
I have no idea how it works in detail but I can assume when a server
request the server will respond with an answer in other words the
has to tell the server how much it wants and the server has to be able
send partial content when configured to do so as by rtmp design (well
actually by design but by rtmp upstream who feeds nginx/rtmp) its a
and everyone needs to play nice or you will get it all at once.
Well i dont get it all at once i just have to wait like 44 seconds
the first byte or bit of the download so i can play the media while the
of it downloads.
It is such a unique issue. I never noticed it until now because when i
the same length videos on youtube and places they stream it via rtmp
dash i recon. But when you delieve just a standard mp4 file for html5
streaming you encounter this problem.
I read that even cpu or ram could contribute to this but i find that
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