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    Live Video streaming ogg, nsv, flv

    I'm one of the developers for the project: http://qpeer.servehttp.com/

    Trying to see if someone knows the answers to the following questions:
    1. FLV Streaming Header, does anyone has ny documentation on that?

    2. Does anyone know a player that u can embed in the page, that supports NSV format and will be a pretty easy plugin for firefox to understand?

    3. Does anyone know a good OGG video broadcasting software?

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    as I know NSV format utilizes MP3 for audio and VP3 for video..can you explain what exactly you need Recently It was necessary for me the movie clips, music videos streaming, and I know a good variant for this purpose and if to you it will be required I can give you advise

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    as I know NSV format utilizes MP3 for audio and VP3 for video..can you explain what exactly you need Recently It was necessary for me the movie clips, music videos streaming, and I know a good variant for this purpose and if to you it will be required I can give you advise
    I need a webbrowser based player, similar to the one i have on my site but that will have a special signed firefox plugin for faster/easier plugin installation

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    I'm also looking for a streaming software for [Win/Linux] that is capable streaming OGG format, NOT VLC

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    I know that Ogg is professional-grade media format, and that Ogg Vorbis encodes audio and Ogg Theora encodes video. Many different free software players work with Ogg. they like one called VLC Media Player, (this is that, that you did not want). And why you need to use this format if you can use for audio and video other format?

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    You can stream OGG/Vorbis with icecast as a server and a variety of input clients (ices2 is a simple one, plugins for winamp are available, and then there is software designed for broadcast style use like Spacial Audio's SAM Broadcaster)
    Eric Adler (tonsofpcs)
    http://www.videoproductionsupport.com/ Chat at: http://tinyurl.com/vpschat
    Follow me on twitter: @videosupport @eric_adler

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    You can stream OGG/Vorbis with icecast as a server and a variety of input clients (ices2 is a simple one, plugins for winamp are available, and then there is software designed for broadcast style use like Spacial Audio's SAM Broadcaster)
    I'm talking about Ogg Theora, as a realtime stream, looking for a platform similar to Fluendo

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    I was using free limited windows media streaming at streamwebtown.com.
    After that I switched paid service, also it is not necessary to speak about that that paid service better, as you don't meet no delays, no choppy video it seems to be perfect and reliable.
    maybe you try too

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    I'm talking about Ogg Theora, as a realtime stream, looking for a platform similar to Fluendo
    I believe that icecast can handle ogg/theora as well, not sure what clients are available to push the video into it though. I'm unfamiliar with fluendo's server operation.

    I just was looking through fluendo's site and it appears that they offer a free version of their server software at http://www.flumotion.net/ .
    Eric Adler (tonsofpcs)
    http://www.videoproductionsupport.com/ Chat at: http://tinyurl.com/vpschat
    Follow me on twitter: @videosupport @eric_adler

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    May be they offer the free version, but all I highly recommend the paid service. I use the $35 package and I am very very happy with it. My stream is a smooth a butter. I love streamwebtown. You will to if you use their paid service. I promise

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