[icecast] Icecast is cool, but how about video?
demirt at boun.edu.tr
Sun Jul 7 01:37:47 PDT 2002
I suggest Darwin Steraming Server. Apple's Darwin Streaming Video Server is
pretty good and open source...(It uses RTSP protocol and supports
RealServer is not free(there is connection and year limitations....) but
powerfull..(uses RTSP, supports Linux, Windows[memory eater :)) ])
Also there is Windows Media(uses HTTP(performance is very bad), supports
only Windows, easy to use also supports live video capturing....)
There are other open source streaming video servers like TV streaming.
At 11:14 07.07.2002, you wrote:
>Rob Burris wrote:
> > Real Networks offers a free streamer called Real Server. I'm not sure
> of the
> > exact link, but here's a starting point
>That is definitely not free, it's not even zero cost after that
>evaluation year. There don't even exist any players for it except from
>Real ... i can't think of anything less free than that. :|
>I suggest ditching all that crap and to wait for Ogg Theora (give it a
>year or so).
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