advice on webcasting..
julian at elischer.org
Fri Apr 27 17:06:13 UTC 2007
Gary Corcoran wrote:
> Julian Elischer wrote:
>> though I don't know what they all are.
>> I've haad suggess with mpeg-4 and H264 I think.
>My best guesses would be H.263 or MPEG-4 might be the most universally
> receivable, including those of us forced to use Windows (XP) for our
> multimedia machines. But I'm really not sure exactly what Windows
> Media Player and Quicktime for Windows support out-of-the-box. Also
> please try to choose a common audio format (MP3 ?). I remember one of
> your broadcasts (thanks BTW) where I could see the video, but
> couldn't decode the audio...
I have a session running now at:
I'll have it up at regular intervals until the devsummit
to allow testing.
not a lot of action but a video and audio track (low light)
and low bandwidth (often < 100 kbits/sec).
(picture of my study with no motion going on)
It should be mpeg4-video and mpeg-4 audio with mpeg4 packetisation.
for VLC you apparently need:
Preferences -> check Advanced, go to Input/Codecs->Demuxers->RTP/RTSP and check "Use RTP over RTSP (TCP)"
No idea what you need in mplayer.
Hopefully we can get precise instructions for people to watch the devsummits and
BSDCan before it actually happens.
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