Fedora Networking :: Regarding Video Streaming Server
Apr 19, 2011
i am doing a project based on the linux OS in this i want to implement a streaming server to create the traffic i dont know about these thing so can you let me know is there any servers available if so could you explain step by step installation of server and client.i am using fedora 13 linux
I successfully installed darwin streaming server .. I stream Audio through internet well but videos I can stream locally in my network only .. when I am connected to internet outside my network .. it doesn't stream I think their must be ports opened for that .. or any 1 have any ideas .. the audio is streamed on port 8000 .. video is streamed on port 7070 but locally only .. I opened those 2 ports in my router only the audio is working .. also I opened ports 554,7170 disabled the firewall of the router .. is it a problem of ports or something else .
I have these ACLS for video streaming like ..... & onilne tv channles. But they are also blocking downloading exe,rar,and other software connectivity like TeamViewer. What acl are bsically blocking my downloading of exes and rar files and teamviewr connectivity .
I am trying to set up a video streaming server on my Gnu/Linux Ubuntu 10.10. I want to be able to stream videos that I have on my computer to my friends who aren't on my network.streaming audio applications but that won't help me. Most of the tools available are only for sharing within your own network.
I was just wondering if there is a software package that will allow my linux server to process video files (mainly AVI and MKV) so that they can be streamed over the network or Internet. I obviously wouldn't be able to stream files between 600MB and 8GB over the Internet and have it play smoothly. What my plan is to setup something so that I can stream my videos over the Internet when I am not home. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Or maybe there's a software that can break the video file into "parts" and only send out blocks at specific intervals?
For the server, I have a VPS runing CentOS, and for in the studio we have several PC`s runing Windows (XP/Vista/7).I want to create the streaming server on my CentOS VPS, and stream live video from a webcam connected to a Windows running PC in the studio, and stream it over our website using a flash player. What software should I use? (looking for something free, like shoutcast is for audio) I`ve found a lot of tutorials on the web but most of them are either for streaming from a linux based PC, or streaming for windows media player and real format.
I am streaming a MPEG-2 transport stream file over RTP from system A to system B . System B is continously copying huge number of small size files using scp to system A . The problem is while copying files from B to A I expecience packet loss on the received streamed video The two systems are connected via a LAN switch.My question is : Is it happening because scp traffic interfering with streaming video . Or there can be any other reason behind this.
I'm trying to install a new ubunto server , to create a video streaming website , and live legal channel broadcasting. what all I should install in my server to broadcast my channels. Channel stream uses windows media player or flash player. Dynamic content can be managed with PHP programming language How do justin Tv or livestream , get video from users to broadcast channels ? [URL]
I have a dual boot on a netbook with windows and fedora13. When I am on my fedora boot and I try to watch streaming video it comes through in waves or not at all. I do not have the same problems on the alternate boot. There are other performance comparisons where the windows boot runs smoother and faster. Is there any work I can do in order to optimise my fedora boot in this capacity?
I got a message when streaming video using VLC with profile "Video - H.264 + ACC (TS)" I am using fedora 11 with vlc 1.0.4. Code: Streaming / Transcoding failed: It seems your FFMPEG (libavcodec) installation lacks the following encoder: MPEG AAC Audio. If you don't know how to fix this, ask for support from your distribution. This is not an error inside VLC media player. Do not contact the VideoLAN project about this issue. What packages should I install?
I have Debian Lenny on an i386 machine.Working fine, in general.Windows Manager is ratpoison, browser is Opera.I want to watch a video stream (russian) archived on URL...I'm doing it in Opera. I get an error message telling me that the site is inaccessible. But it works on other machines (using M$).
I am using ubuntu 8.04 with GNOME. I copied a video from cache folder of firefox.It is actually video from ...... I was wondering can I stream it to firefox to watch it once again instead of running it in media player ? If I try to drag that file into firefox it brings up window
You have chosen to open abc.flv which is a:flash video from:/data What should firefox do with this file open with movie player(default) save file
It is possible (I'm sure it is but I don't know how), to stream video program played on one Linux computer equipped with DVD so it can be watched on another Linux machine? I have pretty fast Internet connection. I watch UNIX Academy training DVDs on a laptop, however I would rather stream it and watch on my netbook which is much lighter and more portable. Where should I start looking for a solution?
I want to block/restrict video streaming on my Squid Server(LAN Environment) so no body will able to see live videos. Kindly provide me the solution. I m using CentOS 5.3 Server. squid.conf file is in /etc/squid/squid.conf.
Alright I am trying to figure out how to find the ip address and port this radio station [URL] They use an flash player so i cant use vlc or another media player. I know before i used wireshark sniff the packets coming into to a device. However that ip address didnt work.
I am watching streaming video via Firefox and Flash player. The data rates are too slow so I am getting choppy audio and video. How do I download the clip so I can play it back later. The video is coming from a tourism web site.
I am using opensuse 11.2 Gnome. Screensaver is spoiling video streaming and I have to manually stop it every time. There are options in media players to stop screensaver but when I watch videos online it seems like there is no global option to stop it. Is there a way to resolve this issue?
I don't know why, but I can't seem to just play video files (stream them) directly through the internet using MPC or any other media player. It is a bit weird, because I think I was able to just a month ago. I have made some changes to the general setup of the apache server, but nothing major, and I have no chance of reversing it all.
Instead, when I try opening the url using "Open file" it doesn't just open it an begin playing from the internet, but instead appears to be frozen. However, If I let it be "frozen" long enough, it will eventually play the file, indicating that it has downloaded the entire file to a temp location on the hard drive.
Is it something with the permissions? Actually, I went and made everything in /var/www/ 777, as it is not known by a domain name or registered anywhere. I am just connecting though my IP address as the server is located locally. Even this didn't help.
I have a ubuntu desktop running 9.04 and a Acer Netbook running UNR 9.04.Using NFS I have shared my videos from the desktop and have it automounted at start up on the netbook. I can navigate to the files but once I click play, the netbook locks up.Is this a limitation on my hardware or is there a better way to "stream" these vids?
I would like to stream my HD Movie collection over a wireless network to my PS3 and/or Xbox 360.
All my movie files are MP4s and I wondering if it is possible to do this. If possible, I'd like to use the VLC player to do this but its not too important. I really really really do not want to sacrifice any video or sound quality while streaming.
My local priest has asked me if I can use my computer skills to stream church services live for people who can't make it to church.I said, sure thing! I thought it would be simple, but the deeper I look into it, the more lost I have become!Here's the tech requirements:
- A camera with good optical zoom and focused on the altar (the camera will be stationed at an unobtrusive point at the back of the church on the choir balcony) - Everything must be wireless (power is available on choir balcony to power the camera). - Sound should be synchronised perfectly with the video (have access to the church PA system - located behind altar) - the internet connection should be able to upload the stream to a virtual server (i.e. with root access) that's accessible to the web with ease. What upload speed would I need? Would 256k be enough? HD video is not required - ..... quality would be great. We can upgrade to HD at a later point in time! - What bandwidth requirement would my server need if say 1000 users were connected? Seeing as they would most likely be locals, would just one stream be sent to the local exchange and that exchange would send out the stream to the 1,000 users, or would each user have to have a dedicated connection to the server? - Say I bought a camcorder with HDMI output, what kind of processing power would I need to convert this to compressed video? (I've got an old Pentium 4 and an AMD64 2.0GHz lying idle in my bedroom and it would be great to make use of 'em instead of chucking 'em on the skip) - I'd like all this to be done so that HTML5 browsers can access the video, resorting to flash if necessary - I'd also like to be able to power down all the hardware with ease: i.e. set a timer. I'm sure ubuntu can do this with ease? What about configuring the camera to zoom in every time it is powered on? Can linux control the zoom on a camcorder? - Am I totally nuts?
I've got a NAS mounted on a linux machine, and here at another location, I have my Ubuntu laptop. I'm able to remotely, securely mount the directory my NAS is mounted on in the linux machine onto my laptop via sshfs, giving me remote access to my NAS via my laptop.The problem I'm having is.. even though I have a high downstream at the laptop end, and a hefty 1mb upstream at my home, I still can't quite stream the movies I have stored on it. I can stream them, but there is a lot of stuttering.I've tried messing around w/ various options w/ mplayer, but I can only improve it slightly at best. Am I missing something? Is it a size issue that it comes down to? The files are roughly 700mb for a 1 1/2 - 2 hr avi file.