[LINK] Stream Test - Forum on high speed bandwidth in Australia
Roger.Clarke at xamax.com.au
Wed May 6 17:44:04 AEST 2009
At 17:16 +1000 6/5/09, Stilgherrian wrote:
>I'm guessing (hoping? imagining?) that a Mac's default of Safari and
>Quicktime will do the trick.
I'm joining the party late, but ...
1. Safari 3.0.4 (523.12.2) fired up QuickTime Player 7.4.1 (14), and
I'm listening to the piano (which is in a different key to what's on
ABC-FM, so I'll turn it off now).
I can't see where in Safari to check the relevant settings.
Google Maps tells me "To use street view, you need Adobe Flash Player
version 9 or newer", so maybe I managed to get rid of Flash sometime.
2. Firefox/3.0.5 (okay, I know, I'm naughty, I'm 0.0.3 or so behind)
offers a choice of QuickTime or 'Choose App', seemingly ignoring the
RealOne Player - ah v.220.127.116.11 (only used for playing ABC-FM when
I'm in Hong Kong). And choosing QuickTime sets the piano playing
Streetview fires up fine, so maybe that means I have Flash installed
in Firefox. Yes - Prefs/Apps confirms that. But RTSP is
specifically pointed at QuickTime, so all is well (for me, and
presumably therefore for other people who don't muck around down at
Roger Clarke http://www.rogerclarke.com/
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