Yes. You will need to read one of the supported output feed formats into your application (we suggest MRSS).
Read our article on access URLs. You will be able to detect which network the iPhone is on and programmatically adjust the access URL accordingly. The next release of yospaceCDS will support iPhone OS 3.x automatic bandwidth detection.
You can use the lower level Web Services API to put content into yospaceCDS and request the content through the yospaceCDS delivery system to take advantage of automatic device and format adaptation.
You don't need to. This is done automatically by yospaceCDS. The reason for this is that the Feed Type relates to the syntax of feed of videos, rather than the format of videos themselves. The Feed Type relates to the syntax an embedding application needs to be able to show the videos to the end user. When the user selects the video, a call is made to yospaceCDS which determines the correct format for the accessing device. This is carried out by the yospaceCDS internal device targeting system.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the User-Agent that the device supports and the video format(s) it supports.
The output feed could be limited to 10 items. Check the output feed settings.
Or, the items have been marked for deletion by the input feed. They are not immediately deleted to allow devices that have a cached URL referencing the video not to receive broken links. You can check the status of a video item, by selecting Edit and choosing the RSS Details tab.
Most formats are supported; this includes MPEG-2, MPEG-4, MPEG-4 AVC (H.264), FLV (H.263), AVI, MOV, WMV, etc.
Currently, yospaceCDS only accepts video files with an audio track.
Make sure that you are accessing the video content via the "Internet Browser". The BlackBerry browser operates through the MDS and imposes a maximum file size limit. This size limit can varies depending on your MDS configuration, and usually is 100K, but can be configured to 1MB.
If you are using the Internet Browser and still get this message, check your media limit under Media/Options.