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02-25-2011 02:01 AM
On clicking a button ,I have a video to be played in the browser, this video is to be streamed from the server.
As the blackberry browseer 5.0 has the capability to stream the video, i'm opening the browser seesion and directly giving the video url to the browser.
Now the problem is if the video is of unsupprted format i dont want to initiate this process , in short i dont want the button to be displayed.
If the video is supported on the device, then only i should display this button.
Is there a way to programatically understand if the video is suppported or not.
Please help me.
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