If you're looking for live streaming (of an event), that's true.  But  
if you just want to stream prerecorded content, Media Mill will  
automatically do that in certain cases.

If you have a flash derivative that's larger than 100 megabytes, the  
media mill flash player automatically streams it instead of doing  
progressive download.  So, if you were server a two hour lecture, the  
viewer could skip to any point in the video without waiting.  (you can  
disable this entirely in your preferences)

If you wanted to force media mill to stream all flash content,  
regardless of size, you could make a subclip of the media that started  
at 00:00 and ended at the end of the clip - subclips are always  


On Sep 3, 2009, at 2:34 PM, Kathleen McGee wrote:

> it is my understanding that mediamill does not allow for  
> streaming..only progressive download.
> Nate Sigrist wrote:
>> Unless I am misunderstanding you:
>> http://mediamill.cla.umn.edu/mediamill/
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>> Kathleen McGee wrote:
>>> Does anyone know of a flash video server (here at the U) that can  
>>> be used to stream a video...or suggestions for a server that could  
>>> be used. Thanks.
> <mcgee114.vcf>

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