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MediaElement.js  DASH adaptive bit-rate live streaming with wowza

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Trying to use MediaElement.js player with Wowza Media Servers, Live DASH adaptive Bit-rate.  I am unable to get the stream.  I am looking for a code sample of the MediaElement.js using a smil file and live streams from wowza.
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I'm assuming your issue is resolved and so let's close this question.
Good luck with your project!
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