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Using Azure media streaming. Crossdomain.xml issues

There is a curious problem with streaming, now IE and Chrome are giving issues "Cannot Load M3U8" cross domain access denied. Have done the cross domain settings in the streaming endpoints configure section of the azure portal. From developer tools in the both browser the response header show

TTP/1.1 400 One of the request inputs is out of range.
Content-Type: application/xml
Server: Blob Service Version 1.0 Microsoft-HTTPAPI/2.0
x-ms-request-id: 22679cba-0001-0043-3b11-7cb104000000
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2015 09:01:34 GMT
Content-Length: 226
Age: 2
Via: HTTPS/1.1 localhost.localdomain

Let me know if there is a solution,

3 Community Answers


JW Player Support Agent  
0 rated :

Do you happen to have a link to where this is running? If crossdomain.xml is missing in the domain where your M3U8 is hosted, this is expected behavior, as it is the basis for which Flash functions.


0 rated :

Hello Andrew,

Two set of problems
1. On few machines video works on all browsers
2. Machines with Windows 8.1 OS this issue is coming.
3. On some machines with IE 9 "Error in loading player" is being displayed.
This is for the same page that hosts JW Player

The published videos are hosted in Azure. Have used dynamic packaging while encoding. This video is not playable via our LAN

Streaming end point

Blob Storage

Thank you in anticipation.


JW Player Support Agent  
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Again, is it possible to show these streams on a page that is running JW Player? Additionally, do you have any more information about the settings that are being utilized here to export these streams?

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