362 Mp4 _VERIFIED_
I have used FFMPEG command to convert flv video file to mp4 and use html5 video tag and play video in browser. But after the video is converted to mp4 using ffmpeg it does not play in firefox and chrome browser. It displays a error saying 'No video with supported format and MIME type found'. I have added the code below, Please help.
I have had similar problems - when combining png/mp3 from one collection, all went fine, but combining jpg/mp3 from another collection couldn't be played in browser but everything worked fine in vlc.I had already found that -pix_fmt was the issue and it worked when re-combining the png collection but not when re-combining the jpg collection, UNLESS using -vf scale as well.
Check for MIMe type support added to your server, that is the problem in your case as error displaying there ' It displays a error saying 'No video with supported format and MIME type found'. As for your info there is no support for MP4 MIME type added in IIS 7 which you have to add by changing its web.config file in the given way..
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Sept. 27, 2017) - Power Metals Corp. ("Power Metals Corp." or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:PWM) (FRANKFURT:OAA1) (OTC:AOUFF) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Julie Selway, Ph.D., P.Geo. to the role of Vice President of Exploration. Dr. Selway is an expert on lithium pegmatites. Dr. Selway completed a Ph.D. thesis on Tourmaline in Granitic Pegmatites in 1999 at the University of Manitoba under the supervision of Dr. Petr Černý, a world-renowned expert on pegmatites. She has co-authored twenty-two scientific journal articles on pegmatites.
Dr. Selway worked for the Ontario Geological Survey for approximately 3 years during the tantalum boom in the early 2000's. During this time, she travelled all over Ontario and visited/worked on about 90% of the lithium pegmatites in the province. Some of the more notable localities that she worked on include Case Lake, Georgia Lake, Seymour Lake, Crescent Lake and Separation Rapids pegmatite fields. Dr. Selway worked as a senior geologist for the geological consulting firm Caracle Creek International Consulting for over 10 years.
Dr. Selway stated "I first recognized the potential of Case Lake pegmatites in the summer of 2001 when I visited the Property with the Ontario Geological Survey. Case Lake is a truly impressive property and I am thrilled to be appointed Vice President of Exploration as we continue to uncover the Property's true potential."
Johnathan More, Chairman of Power Metals, states "Dr. Selway has been in charge of all work at Case Lake since we optioned the property at the end of last year. Because of the extremely encouraging first set of core drill results we announced last week, we have both mutually agreed that the timing is right for her to take a formal role as VP of Exploration. Power Metals welcomes Julie and firmly believes that her appointment at this time of our drill program exemplifies the potential we see at Case Lake."
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