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RSS Feed with difference source types

I am attempting to create a playlist with videos from my local server as well as from YouTube. I realized I would have to use the RSS feed for this, and have created one. The issue is that if I put the locally-hosted video first on the RSS, the YouTube video does not show up.

If I reverse them, it works fine. What is up with this? Here is the RSS with the YouTube video listed first, which will not work for me.

<rss version="2.0" xmlns:jwplayer = "">
<title>Video 1</title>
<description>Second video</description>
<jwplayer:source file= ""/>
<title>VIDEO 2</title>
<description>THIS IS THE FIRST VIDEO</description>
<jwplayer:source file= "castellano.mp4" />

Here is my markup:
<!-- begin jw player -->
<div id="myElement">All Hands video player goes here</div>
<script type="text/javascript" src="jwplayer/jwplayer.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">jwplayer.key="Z6ZZ2qZLCKtWiiSx/kGEY94Ro7kp3+/ymsxvsw==";</script>
<script type="text/javascript">
playlist: "myPlaylist.rss",

flashplayer: "jwplayer/player.swf",

width: "100%",
aspectratio: "16:9",
sharing: {}

<!-- end jw player -->



3 Community Answers

Ethan Feldman

JW Player Support Agent  
1 rated :

Do you have a link to where this is running? What version of the player are you using? 6.9 should be used for full YouTube support in HTML5 and in playlists.


0 rated :

We are using 6.8. Unfortunately I can't share a link because it is on a development server for the US Navy. However, I will try it with 6.9 and see how that works.

Ethan Feldman

JW Player Support Agent  
0 rated :

Ok, let me know if that works.

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