As of know I believe only http can be displayed.
We don't have plan to integrate a video player inside the apps as it's quite complex to have a video player that work on every video type and every device. So we prefer to encourage the use of YouTube or Vimeo.
To include RTMP in your Tour, you could use the Video.js library, you have to create a simple html page that will link to your RTMP, host the page and link to it using the 'Other' source.
See the following
videojs/video.js · GitHub
Video.js RTMP Example Embed
Thanks for your input, Gregory.
One further question, do story maps refresh the media URL every time they are opened?
I want to show several points made up of live video streams and photo streams in a story map (Map Tour in particular). In my test map, live photo streams aren't refreshing, is that on my end or is that just how story maps work?
You are welcome.
Note that Map Tour load images when you open the application as a user, so we have see quite a lot of user displaying fresh image Liven up your map tours using “real-time” data | ArcGIS Blog users get the latest image they open the Tour but if it change after it won't be refreshed.
Note that videos and web pages will be refreshed every time you navigate to the point.
Our other applications behave the same.
Gregory L'Azou:Note that Map Tour load images when you open the application as a user, so we have see quite a lot of user displaying fresh image Liven up your map tours using “real-time” data | ArcGIS Blog users get the latest image they open the Tour but if it change after it won't be refreshed.Note that videos and web pages will be refreshed every time you navigate to the point.
I dont quite understand your point that I have in bold.
So If I manually add points with real time URLs to a story map, it will update only when the tour is opened?
i'm starting to think I should remake the map with a table with URLs and XY data instead of doing int manually.
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