03-30-2011 05:03 PM
I'm attempting to set up a little media prim for myself so I can play some of the videos that I host on my website. After I got the code setup I was able to view files (.mp4) no problem. Websites worked fine as well. Fast forward a few hours and now I'm seeing the "Frame load interrupted by policy change" error whenever I try to view any type of media (video or audio; websites still work).
I'm not entirely sure what is causing this...
I'm using Viewer 2.
03-30-2011 05:37 PM
From what I can see from a quick Google search, it appears to be a bug introduced in a recent Safari upgrade. From Apple user's forum, for example ....
"This appears to be a bug/feature of Safari or one of the recent security updates. I am working on a web site where users download files and Safari is giving me this error. My production site also gives me this error and I would have noticed that earlier. It must be from the recent security update.
The cause is when a web site broadcasts a "fake" link to a file. You click on the link and a script, behind the scenes, generates the appropriate HTTP headers for the file you can and sends said file back to the user. I guess technically the frame load is being interrupted."
03-30-2011 06:08 PM
I just checked a video from my blog -- plays fine on my prim (using the same function). So I don't think it is a problem with SL
03-30-2011 06:41 PM - edited 03-30-2011 06:47 PM
Perhaps it's a general webkit issue in that case.
What irritates me is I'm literally just going to a link for an .mp4 file (this is my test file: http://nintendoaddict.com/slfilms/Logoreveal.mp4 )
There's also http://nintendoaddict.com/downloads/cone.mp4
Sometimes it gives me that error, other times it just gives me a white screen.
EDIT: On second thought... perhaps it's because I don't have Quick Time on here. I had it on my laptop but I had to reinstall Windows on my desktop yesterday. That probably has something to do with it!
03-30-2011 06:58 PM
Quicktime -- yes, could be here is another possibility
03-31-2011 12:56 AM
it's not just you... web profiles were having similar issues... WEB-3561
04-01-2011 04:42 AM
Alright things have stabilized (yay!). It stinks that the error still pops up from time to time but I've found it's been minimized by a remote control dialog that I made to go directly to a video.
The joys of technology
06-24-2011 10:52 AM
Hello, one of our professors is getting the same message appearing on a video display in SL. It works great on a mac, but shows the Frame load message on PC's. I have updated quicktime, java and flash player non IE. I have tried to clear my cache as well. Any suggestions?
06-24-2011 12:27 PM
I suspect that's a difference in how quicktime is implemented on the mac and PC, I imagine it has tighter integration on macs, and there may be a forwarding issue or slow call in the PC version. I'm not sure how you'd fix that but I imagine it would be down to changing how the page is put together.