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    Web Casting

    First, I would like to say thank you for allowing me to take part in this forum. I am part of other forums that are very similar in setup but opposite in content.

    I sell construction equipment and have been assigned the task of creating online live demos for clients. Now I have a decent foundation on what and who I need to use to get this off the ground, my concern is the quality of the equipment. I would like simple but effecient. High resolution with a good frame per second ratio. I will be using a web confrencing host for the server, I dont really have to worry about the amount of bandwith. Somebody with experience please help because I am pulling out my hair trying to find what I need online.

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    man i would look into instead of web-casting.....make a few different "episodes" and store them on line, you will get much better quality for a much cheaper price
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    I wish it was that simple, we are introducing a new product to the US and Construction guys like to "kick the tires," to make sure something is ligit. So, short of having them travel a few hours to one of my distribution centers, which they arent hesitant about doing, we are goin to try this method. Already have captured video on our website as well, they want to be able to tell me to "raise my arm and hold up two fingers,: so they can see it live.

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    You will need to use a specialized streaming server. You can't do live broadcasts on a standard web server so you will either need to set up your own streaming server or subscribe to a streaming service.

    Do you have any preference for the video format? If you don't mind Windows Media you might like to look at using Windows Media Encoder:
    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...r/default.mspx

    It's free to download and it includes instructions for live broadcasts.
    Dave Owen
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