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From ghenry22 <>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-plugin-media pull request: Streaming & Background threadin...
Date Tue, 24 Nov 2015 22:55:10 GMT
Github user ghenry22 commented on the pull request:
    That function just gets the directory that you would store your files in.  You can then
append any file name you want to access.  For example you could use the same with say pic.jpg
to get a path to an image file to display, it's just a path to a file, doesn't matter what
type of file.
    I imagine you could then just use html5 video tags to play the video file, as long as
it is in a format that the built in webview on the device can play.  You'd have to do some
research though, I don't play any video in my apps so I really don't know the best way to
handle it or encoding requirements.
    > On 25 Nov 2015, at 12:32 AM, Stevie Starosciak <> wrote:
    > @ghenry22 - If I could hug you...I would squeeze you until you popped, like a balloon.
I tested a combination of that code out with mine AND IT WORKED. I never thought there was
light at the end of the tunnel with this problem haha thankyou so much :) I will answer this
question on stackoverflow and accept it so people can also have their problems solved 
    > One more thing, does this function:
    > $window.resolveLocalFileSystemURL(src, function(dir){
    > basePath = dir.toInternalURL();
    > });
    > Only work for mp3 files or something, because I'm utilizing this for a .mov file
but that function doesn't seem to resolve the URL for that, but will with an mp3 file. Any
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