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Re: Streaming Video Server

On Thu, Jul 08, 2004 at 07:32:17PM -0700, px wrote:

> Try  http://www.videolan.org/
> Great streaming software, client and server, lots of features.  Not very 
> CPU intensive from what I've found, 3-4 streams.
> Come's in a Debian package too.

For what i know one need a special player to decode the streams from
vlc allthough ive heard that with a plugin it should be possible for
windows users to play native vlc streams with windows media player
(not confirmed though). We use the videolanserver when we need to
stream high bandwidth quality streams on internal networks allthough i
would use another media format than MPEG1/2 for streams on internet. 

Real Networks has a free Streaming media server (limited to maxium
1mbit/sec) and your customer can download free Real producer encode
content in Real format. 

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