[icecast] Icecast is cool, but how about video?

Rob Burris robeb at keepthevibe.com
Sat Jul 6 20:42:16 PDT 2002



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Real Networks offers a free streamer called Real Server. I'm not sure of the
exact link, but here's a starting point

http://www.realnetworks.com/

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From: "Guido" <guido at spaanbroek.nl>
To: <icecast at xiph.org>
Sent: Saturday, July 06, 2002 9:16 PM
Subject: [icecast] Icecast is cool, but how about video?

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> Hi people,
>
> The last days I was hacking on my linux box. I must say it is a
> clarkconnectbox, which I find pretty cool, a lot of work I don't have to
do
> myself!!!
> I got icecast and ices working (check out http://213.84.15.154:8000, but I
> don't really offer broadband) Some day I'll getliveice working but for now
> you there's only a small collection of mp3's, I'll different styles)
>
> But I write this mail because I'm more interesting in streaming video. A
> friend does it all with macs and with the good old video recorder (and a
> mixer). But what are the initiatives for streaming and mixing video for
> linux/unix (basic solutions)? I have a hard time to find out, no real
result
> yet. Does anybody of you have any good hints?
>
> All the best  to you,
>
> GuidoS
>
>
>
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