I have a situation in our lab where we have a lot of video tutorials and a lot of different tablets are being used by the members of the group. Everyone wants to be able to 'stream' the videos from the server machine. Since ubiquitous apps don't exists for various different tablets I was thinking of being able to set up a 'web page' like youtube (intranet only) for streaming so folks can view it via the browser. I'm open to other solutions too. I'm not sure how it can be done. I'm okay if it involves a bit of coding too, or if I can set up with something off the shelf.
What's the best I can do in this regard? Some tablets, support flash some don't, so would need to be able to cater to both types of devices. Is there a solution 'simple' enough to solve this problem? How can I stream content over http and how can I set up a server to do so? Never done anything like it and hence the question. A free solution is preferable. A paid would do so too, if it's really worth it.
Tablets being used: Android Jelly Bean, Amazon Kindle Fire, iPad, Nook HD/HD+, Blackberry playbook (rare, but a few members have it).
PS: I'm not sure if this is the right place for the question. Moderators: please feel free to move it to an appropriate forum if the need be.