Not me- the wife was fast asleep in the other room- hence my silence for most of the session....It was bad enough I had some music playing...<br><br>Hey, what I want to know is how to start one's own server so that we can host our OWN broadcasts. <br><br>[color:red]Hold on...it's time for a</font color=red><br>
i think you need to run the quicktime streaming server and for that you need the os x server or some darwin thingy that i didn't bother to read on apple's site. i think JC used his linux server. would be nice if we could do things ourselves (that would make my problem solving easier).<br><br>yep, just checked and the darwin server thingy runs on linux (and some other platforms -- not mac). <a href="http://developer.apple.com/darwin/projects/streaming/">here's the link</a><br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
Only if more than one person want to view the Stream... you can use the QT Broadcaster to stream to ONE Quicktime player without the QT Streaming Server software.<br><br>Taken from the QT Broadcaster FAQ:<br><br>To how many viewers can QuickTime Broadcaster deliver a live event?<br>QuickTime Broadcaster sends out a single stream that can be viewed by one QuickTime Player. If more than one QuickTime Player will view your broadcast you will need access to a streaming server or a multicast-enabled network. For more information about using a streaming server with QuickTime Broadcaster or multicasting please visit QuickTime Broadcaster Help, located under the Help menu in the application.<br><br><br>Visit me here!
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Can you folks give me some recommendations on a webcam? How's the iBot Firewire one - would that be a good choice?<br><br>[color:purple]If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.</font color=purple><br>
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