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4answers
90 views

Progressive video download in a classroom environment - how to determine bandwidth needed

Background: We need to deliver a video heavy e-learning course to a classroom of ~15 users. This video will be MP4 delivered via HTML5 video so progressive download. As from what I can gather you ...
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1answer
47 views

Will uploading a 1.4gb video to my server and letting users watch it fill my servers RAM/Virtual Memory and crash the server? [closed]

I'm a bit unclear how the the RAM is used in this particular instance, so I'm wondering if when a user watches a video on my server, does it go from the filesystem, "out through the pipes" and onto my ...
0
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1answer
189 views

Hardware advice for video sharing website similar to Youtube but much smaller user base [closed]

Currently I have two servers which are named (ProcessServer1 and ProcessServer2) that will do nothing but convert videos that users upload, into flv or mp4 format. The conversion settings are 512k ...
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1answer
170 views

Video Uploading on Amazon instances?

I am having real problems trying to wrap my head around my problem. I have decided on the middle and end solution to my problem but I can't seem to work out the the beginning of it. So as a bit of a ...
0
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4answers
427 views

Win 2008 - Stream Video To Multiple Monitors?

My question seems to be pretty simply presented but I'm in need of some help. I've got a Win 2008 R2 server and 5 monitors stationed throughout an office. These are just NEC Monitors with VGA/DVI ...
0
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1answer
98 views

How can I develop a strategy for serving 45 second videos to hundreds of thousands of users? [closed]

I am closing up development on a web site that allows people to watch thousands of videos which are on average 45 seconds in length. I'll be hosting the web application on Linode, but I'm unsure ...
0
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1answer
51 views

FLV Files Open in browser (text) no download prompted

I'm just wondering if there's a certain setting on my server or something that is causing flv files to open in the browser when you go to then, and display all the gibberish text rather than prompt ...
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2answers
278 views

How to simulate high video payload to benchmark an SSD?

I'm trying to evaluate some SSDs for a video on-demand use-case. We've done some benchmarking tests on them, but we'd like to get an idea of the number of video streams that they can support with a ...
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2answers
1k views

Server bandwidth for video streaming website

I need to put on a website videos that can ba shown using a common swf player (like flowplayer). Videos are about 3/4 minutes each (400 MB) in MPEG4/H264 compression. I was thinking to buy a normal ...
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3answers
599 views

Video Hosting, Conversion, and Streaming Solution

I currently offer the option to my users to upload their own video and have it converted to FLV and MP4 on my website. Here are the logistics: 1) User uploads video onto website 2) Raw video is then ...