broadcasting a talk

eculp at eculp at
Wed Dec 7 07:09:08 PST 2005

Quoting Patrick Okui <pokui at>:

> On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 04:28:04AM -0600, eculp at wrote:
>> Quoting Patrick Okui <pokui at>:
>> >On Monday 05 December 2005 22:21, Julian Elischer wrote:
>> >>>Darwin outputs a quicktime (.mov) stream so you could use mplayer on UN*X
>> >>> or the quicktime player in windows/macOS.
>> >>
>> >>what does "darwin outputs" mean?  That the firewire driver in Darwin
>> >>does  quicktime encoding?
>> >>Is this Darwin as in Apple?
>> >
>> >Sorry, I meant the streaming server... in ports it is under...
>> >net/DarwinStreamingServer
>> >
>> >The use of the OSX box would be to take the DV feed from the firewire
>> >camera
>> >and send that to your streaming server. (which just relays that).
>> >
>> Maybe I need more coffee, but what and where would be the easiest/best
>> way to pipe the stream into a file for later viewing.
> The quicktime broadcaster (on the OSX box) can both archive to an mpeg4
> file and stream to the Darwin Streaming Server.

Thanks, Patrick.  I have got to try this.


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