that the contents of the playlist file... then just point the url in the json file to the m3u8 file instead of the mp4 file..
also mke sure your webserver has the proper mime types for m3u8 extensions.
http://help.encoding.com/knowledge-base ... deo-files/
that url lists them all.. I know IIS 7 and 8 do not come configured properly for m3u8...
Your welcome I try to help everyway I cn.. it's why we built the internet, to freely exchange ideas!! of course it's been perverted into making money as well....
it should just pause the list play the ad and return.. but that is controled by the code in DP. So hopefully roku keeps it that way..
well it's my theory that there are too many "developers" and they can't (roku staff) keep up with all the questons, so they leave it up to the forums and only the ones that really want it get it to work. So being someone who was developing software before the web existed and a true believer in "free exchange of ideas and information" I do my best to help everyone out. And I keep all my services 100% free...
just make a text file that contains a list of files to play and give it the extension .m3u then point the json file at m3u file and it will play them in order. It also can be updated onthefly..
inside that file is just
and you can have as many lines as you want and you can keep adding lines as you need... It's actually how unreal media server does rmtp feeds to IIS and HLS..
I would believe so.. I always encode with the same settings for all my videos. So I never tried with different settings..