How to post a real time streaming protocol sdp video in flash

How to post a realtime streaming protocol (rtsp) sdp video in flash on our website?

We receive the real time sdp feed from a third party.  Their media player doesn't work across all browsers.

We've been told that we should be able to use adobe flash to covert and post the swf video making it browser independent.

We are using classic ASP and asp.net as well as plain HTML.  (NO PHP)

Your expertise is very much appreciated.
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vrmgrAsked:
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fredshovelCommented:
Convert the video to flv using any number of software. Super is very good for this. E-RightSoft.
Download the Flowplayer and upload it to your route directory with the code on the Flowplayer page.Change the code to point to your video, which you also upload to your route directory.
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vrmgrAuthor Commented:
I downloaded SUPER as suggested. This program worked great until I tried to Save the active stream to my desktop. When reviewing the error message it stated that the input source file may not be a valid media clip. Is it the .SDP file type that would cause this error?

Here is the source for the video: rtsp://hdsiibeach.dvrdns.org/live.sdp.

Thanks!
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fredshovelCommented:
My understanding of the sdp is that it's an info file that does not contain the actual video but points to the video. I think you would need to grab the video file itself. Sorry, didn't pick up on the sdp thing originally.
This is a bit like the old metafiles that Real used to use to point to their Real Media.
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vrmgrAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the help. I have resolved this issue by other means.
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