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That feature is announced for macOS 10.12. You can use VLC for that. Open Video in separate window. -> VLC -> Settings -> Interface -> Uncheck Show Video in Main Window Show video without window borders. -> VLC -> Settings -> Video -> Uncheck Show Window Decorations Then make the video always on top. -> Video -> Always ...


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The fullscreen mode in youtube actually takes over the entire screen so it doesn't mean you get a resizable pop up window. AFAIK youtube doesn't do resizable popup windows, but I'm sure you could make that happen with a little javascript. If not, what you can do is open a separate browser window for your video, resize that to the size you want, and use the ...


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I found this utility called RTMPdump. It did the trick. It handled the stream smoothly, without a hitch, unlike VLC.


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How about using ffmpeg for recording instead, and VLC for playback? ffmpeg -i "rtmpt://164.100.169.57/livepkgr/lok" -f flv test.flv or for a 60 second sample: ffmpeg -i "rtmpt://164.100.169.57/livepkgr/lok" -f flv -t 60 test.flv


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If you are using VLC, you can control it using an Android device connected through WiFi to your LAN. There are some apps you can use, like VLCDirect with VLC as target. From your android device you can open discs in your drive and change audios, subtitles, etc. You will also need to configure your VLC . With MPC-HC you can do it too (for example, using ...


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VLC version 2.2.4 can play, Hit Cmd+N (on MAC) and enter the url in this format rtmp://Server URL/live/Stream Name e.g rtmp://10.154.136.221/live/RTMP1


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In order to have high performance video streaming, there needs to be a set of multiple variant video streams. In other words, videos encoded at various bitrates and resolutions, which are all referenced from a playlist file (.m3u8) Video players that support adaptive-bitrate streams will then choose a stream that matches your network connection and are able ...


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Click in the View menu of the Ace Player Go to Advanced controls (once you click, then advanced controls must appear in the left lower corner). Click on the record button. You can find the recorded video in My Documents or Videos folder (You can configure it).


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I use Squid3.x to cache streamable content. While others reported mixed results, I have only one problem with this setup. IF the stream comes via Flash, then I get random dropped streams with the message "Flash has encountered an error". This happens quite rarely, though. I use this Setup: Desktop <-> RaspberryPi2 <-> RandomRouter <-> ...



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