Videoplayer not working on WEB AR?


#24

which folder are you talking about?


#25

what folder are you talking about?


#26

When you use hosted video files you will need to add a file named " .htacces "
In the file you need this code.

Header set Access-Control-Allow-Origin "*"
Header set Accept-Ranges "bytes"

Save this file on your website in the the same folder as the video file.

Steve


#28

im using AWS, this is a screenshot of it, do i do it like this?


#29

Yep! I am using AWS as well and mine looks the same.

Steve


#30

hey steve im still getting a blackscreen, what links did u put for video url and do i have to do anything other than uploading the htaccess file, what other troubleshootng steps can i take?


#31

I have my main S3 bucket “folder” set to Public

And this under CORS

Here is a zpp file that I tested with WebAR
3DVideo help.zpp (1.0 MB)

Steve


#33

omg finally got it to work, sorry for the questions and thanks so much!


#34

No problem!
Glad you got it!

Here is the tutorial link for the file I send you.

Steve


#35

Note, that there’s a typo, the file must be with double s at the end: “.htaccess”. That is also wrong in the screenshot from @adriananton_11 although he got it to work later (where he also wrote the filename correct :wink: )