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VideoPlayback use Cloud Databases (Android-Java)

December 24, 2014 - 6:22am #1

Hi Every one,

I have VideoPlayback project who load data from asset, but

I want to publish my data in Cloud Databases

I was try lot way for this but i dont get any solution

Its importamt for me to develop this project app ..


can every body help me for this issue ?!

Tnx lot


VideoPlayback use Cloud Databases (Android-Java)

January 1, 2015 - 3:04am #4

I'd suggest you may want to consider doing the following:

- use the Cloud Recognition feature (you could start from the Cloud Reco sample for inspiration)

- encode a specific Video URL in each Metadata instance for each target; the video URL would point to some network location where your video file is actually stored (e.g. on your own server, for instance)

- in the application code, when a target serach result is returned, you could read the Metadata as a text string, and extract the "video URL" out of it

- use the video URL to load/stream the video as shown in the VideoPlayback sample code

Note: if you have some text too, you could embed the text again in the Metadata, i.e. the Metadata would contain 2 pieces of info: your text and the video URL.

Hope this helps get you started.


VideoPlayback use Cloud Databases (Android-Java)

December 26, 2014 - 11:44pm #3


i know these and read more but i have : image+text+video file in cloud database

you propose use who what way best ?

cloud recognition or video playback ?



VideoPlayback use Cloud Databases (Android-Java)

December 26, 2014 - 12:18am #2

...I want to publish my data in Cloud Databases...

The Cloud Recognition service allows you to upload images ("Cloud Image Targets"), and for each image target, it also allows you to upload custom "Metadata"; the metadata may contain some simple text (for example, the URL or some online asset), or even a more generic blob of data. As of today, the size of the Metadata associated to a target can reach up to 1MB (for each target).

You may want to learn more about this in our Dev Guide:




and this article provides an overview of what you can do with "Metadata":




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