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  1. #11
    But before you use their paid service, you can use free limited windows media stremaing, after that you will be confident that I not simply offer you will address to them

    www.streamwebtown.com

  2. #12
    Hi all
    I in the first collide with streaming. And to tell the truth I have no concept how to stream live radio or video I shall be very grateful to you if you will help me with this elucidate a question

  3. #13
    I can advise you,to look this link, here you can read in detail the instruction which to you it is required for stream live radio or video: http://www.streamwebtown.com/help2.php

  4. #14
    There is all so easily, I at all did not expect. To me it was pleasant of their offer very much...does you use their offers? On mine it is necessary will get acquainted with them on better

  5. #15

    Try This

    Hi,

    I have used this www.streamingflv.com and I have not come up against any problems yet regarding embedding my various raw video formats into my webpages.

    Hope it help you!

    Greetz

    MrGahan

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    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?
    Hi, darkav

    I'm certainly not an expert in the technical realm, but I have seen a streaming player recently that is super advanced (imo) and may be able to help you find what you need.
    It does alot of things that other players lack, like fullscreen high definition streaming and it's not a software package that you have to download, it just streams right off the web page without even buffering.
    It only requires 100kbps bandwidth which is incredibly low compared to other players out there too.
    I don't know how they figured out how to do such high quality at such low bandwidth but they sure have some nifty skills. Maybe they can point you in the right direction.
    The company is called Blastiptv.com and the player is right on the demo section of the site.

    Hope this helps!

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