And i found that the video format is MTS.
I got a internal network http file server system running and mounted all the files, mp4 file streams are looking good with MX player.
But when I attempt to open a link that refers to MTS files, they do not stream. They just download on the phones.
And it seems like it works when I paste the url on the app manually, but does not when I click the link on the browser... So I assume it is a problem that the browser cannot handle MTS files as video formats...
Q.Can I modify the browser(I'm using chrome, but I can let the students use any other apps) by some settings to associate the MTS file links to MX player?
P.S. I was not allowed to encode the files to any another formats, because those files need to be big enough (so nobody else could steal them easily&sneaky, the instructor is selling those videos to non-students, so stealing would be a big problem.), and all the computers they have literally suck at encoding. (Probably 1 : 2 / video runtime : rendering time ratio, even the server sucks.)
Sorry for the poor grammar and thank you!