mitchstein wrote:just make a text file that contains a list of files to play and give it the extension .m3u then point the json file at m3u file and it will play them in order. It also can be updated onthefly..
inside that file is just
and you can have as many lines as you want and you can keep adding lines as you need... It's actually how unreal media server does rmtp feeds to IIS and HLS..
Tim in the forum here was helpful in posting two great files to look at for scenegraph. I'm the process of migrating my channels over from the old sdk. I'm wondering if one of the files he sent can possibly be used with a playlist m3u that links to a list of video files? If you get time to take a look at it, review the "videoscene.xml" in the components folder. I'm thinking a link to a playlist can be placed there and that playlist then refer to the video files to play them in a row using scenegraph. In the old sdk it was called rourltransfer. There is a different name for it with scenegraph. I can't recall what it's called right now.
https://sdkdocs.roku.com/download/attac ... 110&api=v2