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Hi Everyone,
 
I am new to Flash Media Server. We are trying to implement HTTP Dynamic Streaming using 3 different bitrates.
For this purpose I have already setup a server with FMS 3.5 running IIS 7 on Windows server 2008.
Everything works perfect after binding the two servers to different ip addresses etc.
We have also encoded our videos in H.264 as f4v files.
I have also looked into OSMF and planning on using the REOPS player (which is fine with me too).
The only problem I am facing is how to create the manifest and SMIL files for the videos to switch automatically and where exactly to put it on my web server as all the articles on FMS they are doing it with Apache server.
 
I will be glad if anyone could please give me a direction about how to proceed (Manual/guide/tutorial/video anything works).
 
Thanks,
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