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Forget port 80, there is 554 and 7070
Authored by: johnblommers on Feb 17, '02 11:57:27PM
Personal preference is not to use port 80 for streaming. The QTSS, which runs under Mac OS 10.1.2 just fine, also serves up streams on ports 554 and 7070. In iTunes, just open a stream thus Advanced->Open Stream and enter:


If you don't type in the :554 then the default port 80 is attempted, which of course will fail if port 80 is not used by QTSS and there is a local web server running. This example assumes you're sitting on the QTSS server (localhost resolves to the local system, also to

QTSS 4.0 is one hell of a tool, and I can't wait for the QuickTIme Broadcaster to come out with QuickTime 6.

- John

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Forget port 80, there is 554 and 7070
Authored by: dan_c on Jul 13, '02 07:12:22PM

I'm having some problems just getting the http working,
is rtsp:// the correct
url. The access logs indicate I am contacting the QTSS but the
movie is not streaming.

Do you have to disable user access?

Any suggestions appreicate!

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Forget port 80, there is 554 and 7070
Authored by: cbh0089 on Jul 25, '02 11:59:00AM

Ditto, I can stream to the local computer using local, ip address assigned, www assigned, however from a distance no go unless I enable :80 streaming.


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can u help me?
Authored by: Andreab on Jul 25, '02 02:11:17PM

my qtss on os x server give me 2 error message: one in the qt player it says that it cannot found a resource fot the movie; one in the explorer/netscape window like a bad request... what i can do?
sorry for my english... :)

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