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Thursday, July 2, 2015

No Sound for BoS Meeting

Sorry about that- it would have helped greatly if I remembered to plug in the audio cable!
Not to worry though. It was also recorded ( with sound) and will be available as soon as possible on the Town website.
The really good news is that we approved the migration to the video streaming company, Town Hall Streams. They will permanently mount a camera on the back wall with internet (and audio) connected and we will have ability to live stream every meeting in the Town Hall meeting room.


Anonymous said...


BillG said...

Are there any other Android users out there? I tried to watch part of the BOS meeting live and tried the replay today - but it did not work on my phone (Android 4.4, latest Chrome). My Apple iPhone and iPad worked fine. It would be helpful if folks try watching the replay on their Android device and report here if it works. Use the link http://townhallstreams.com/locations/moultonborough-nh/events/26591/moultonborough_town_hall

Joe Cormier/jcormier2@myfairpoint.net said...

Town Hall Streaming: h.264 Streaming Video/Audio


"Issue 468792: MSE H.264 video fails to play"



Moultonboro Blogger said...

I get the same error message as you got Bill on my Android.

BillG said...

Confirmed same error on Android versions 4 and 5 (latest). Let's get this fixed before signing a contract.

Joe Cormier/jcormier2@myfairpoint.net said...

No need to get ALL flavors of browsers compatible before paying $250/month, so most can view live town activity. Use your other browsers/devices.

Get rid of need for operators and a week before viewing.

Get it signed and operational NOW!

Joe Cormier/jcormer2@myfairpoint.net said...

I'm at my brother-in-law's in PA, and he brought up the Town Hall Streaming on his Motorola Android phone Razr, Operating system 4.4.2

Town Hall streaming is h.264
"High Quality, h.264 Streaming Video/Audio"

“H.264 is the most widely used codec on the planet, with significant penetration in optical disc, broadcast, and streaming video markets”


“H.264 still accounts for most video encoding today …”