To be honest, I am not really sure what is causing the issue you are experiencing. My first idea was to ask you to check RadMediaPlayer's MediaElement
property and its BufferingTime
. However, the buffering time is 5 seconds and by default your movie should start playing almost immediately.
In its core, RadMediaPlayer is simply a wrapper around Silverlight's MediaElement
control and we don't do anything internally to control the buffering of the video.
You can do a simple test to see whether the problem is within RadMediaPlayer or not. Set your video to be a source to a simple MediaElement control. Set the AutoPlay property to True and see if the video starts playing.
If the video doesn't start playing, then I believe the problem is with the video itself.
Let me know how it goes.
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