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Re: MP4 pseudostreaming - seek delay

April 17, 2012 09:23PM
That was back in 2008, they didn't have 2 hour long videos. But what I was talking about what regarding the technology, lighttpd and nginx both do pseudo streaming. The moov atom is about 5 MB so it takes about 10 seconds to download that before playing the video. Is there some technique to start playing the video after partial download of the moov atom? Or is it possible to cache the moov atom into memory for faster retrieval?
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