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Streaming audio/video in a publicly-hosted server increases bandwith usage [closed]

I have a website hosted in a public server (withoud any streaming content) ,using public hosting instead of private because its cheaper. But in public hosting their are limitations when compared to ...
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1answer
70 views

Streaming Server Network Performance [duplicate]

I have server Linux based on centos 6.5 final 64bit , ram 128 G.B dual E5-2650 processor Hard disk : 4 SSD Hard disk RAID-5 Network Speed 1/Gbps Bandwidth Speed 500/Mbps up to 3/Gbps My ...
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0answers
114 views

Speed limit on streaming/downloading MP4 files

Even though other file formats are downloaded fast, MP4 files are downloaded / streamed at max of 160 kb/s I checked everything that may limit the bandwidth but couldn't find it. How can i make ...
0
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1answer
118 views

Streaming Video from Linux to Windows

I have been searching on the Internet but find no straight answer on what to use in this case. Basically, I have a client that has an Icecast radio streaming server running on Linux. People are able ...
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4answers
316 views

Hardware Raid 10 For Video Serving

I just ordered a new server which will be used to serve mp4 video files ranging from 10MB up to 90MB using nginx (with pseudo-streaming). This server has dual opteron 6128, 64GB of RAM. What I would ...
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2answers
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tail -f without the tail?

Is there a command in Solaris to read a file, and when it gets to the end to stream the way tail does? I need to read the file from the start, and it is a binary file. Information on Solaris and ...
3
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2answers
277 views

Are there high availability cluster solutions for real-time TCP streaming?

We have a server that receives some data, acting as a TCP client, processes it in some way, and serving processed data to clients, acting as a TCP server. It also stores this data on disk and can ...
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2answers
732 views

Do any media streaming servers for Linux support streaming (not just progressive download) of Windows Media formats?

Is it possible to build a Linux-only media streaming server which can do streaming of the formats supported by Windows Media Services? To the best of my knowledge, the popular streaming servers that ...
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2answers
516 views

What lightweight solution can you recommend to stream MP3 files?

I need to stream MP3 files to a client running Flash. Streaming is the key here, no progressive downloads allowed. What free server can you recommend? I know Red5 but it seems a bit overkill for our ...
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2answers
676 views

How to monitor streaming servers

I have had a bunch of Linux based streaming servers that employed lighttpd web server to provide video streaming via port 80. Recently, our service is very slow. Therefore, I would like to ask if ...
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3answers
647 views

How to set up a camera recorder to stream on a website? [closed]

I've to set up a website which will broadcast live video. A camera recorder will be pluged to a laptop. The laptop will send the data to a server (same as the http server) The video will be ...
3
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2answers
112 views

How can I use the shell to make my mp3s a Shoutcast source?

I'm looking to stream a directory of mp3s from my audio source (Debian server) to my Shoutcast server. The idea is to have an archive playing in the instance that someone isn't broadcasting live. I'm ...
0
votes
2answers
410 views

Linux: audio streaming server capable of converting tracks to MP3 on-the-fly

I'm looking for an audio streaming solution capable of providing content from a folder (recursively) with on-the-fly convertion to MP3 (or whatever) with a constant bitrate: from other MP3s and FLAC. ...
1
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1answer
330 views

Multiple playlists with PlaylistBroadcaster

In Darwin Streaming Server 5.5.5 run on Linux. I am having issues starting multiple playlists with PlaylistBroadcaster. I seem to be hitting a limit at 22 simultaneous playlists. Once I try to ...