iOs Handheld.PlayFullScreenMovie - [prepareAsset]Error: The requested URL was not found on this server.

Hi Everyone,

I’m trying to play a full screen video using Handheld.PlayFullScreenMovie in iOs with no success:

-I’m placing the movie file into the StreamingAssets folder (

I’m adding in my Xcode project this movie file as copy bundle resources

xcode → build phases → copy bundle resources

However when it runs in iPhone it shows a white screen for some seconds and then comes back to the Unity Game.

The error log shows : [prepareAsset]Error: The requested URL was not found on this server.

Also, I’m checking if the file exists, and it desn’t. It seems like is not being copied to an iOs accessible folder from the StreamingAsstes one.

Do you have any idea what am I doing wrong?? Do I need to set something else in my Xcode project?

Thanks in advance.

Here is My code

public string movieName = "";
IEnumerator loadAndPlayTexture(){
    			Debug.Log("<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<File exists<" + movieName + ">");
    			Debug.Log("<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<File Not found<" + movieName + ">");
    		Handheld.PlayFullScreenMovie (movieName,, FullScreenMovieControlMode.CancelOnInput);
    		yield return new WaitForSeconds(1);
    		GetComponentInParent<SequenceManager> ().advance ();
    		gameObject.SetActive (false);
    		yield return new WaitForSeconds(1);
    		MovieTexture texture = null;
    			 texture = (MovieTexture)image.texture;
    		} catch {
    			GetComponentInParent<SequenceManager> ().advance ();
    			gameObject.SetActive (false);
    			yield break;
    		audio.clip = texture.audioClip;
    		while (!texture.isReadyToPlay) {
    			yield return false;
    		image.color = Color.white;
    			audio.Play ();
    		texture.Play ();
    		while (texture.isPlaying) {
    			yield return false;
    		if (audio.isPlaying) {
    		texture.Stop ();
    		GetComponentInParent<SequenceManager> ().advance ();
    		gameObject.SetActive (false);
    		yield return false;

A little late response, but this just happened to me on iOS 13.

TL;DR: provide full path. Try prepending “file://”

My problem was that the file was in the app’s data directory. The path was something like:
Passing this path to Handheld.PlayFullScreenMovie worked on iOS 13 doesn’t work. I had to add “file://” at the beginning:

Also, in the OP’s case, I would expect the file path would have to include the streaming assets path:
string movePath = Path.Combine(Application.streamingAssetsPath, movieName);

I’m experiencing the same problem, did you manage to solve it?