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Set up nginx for access controlled video streaming

I am trying to create an application thats core it will be to show videos in a learning environment based on meteor/nodejs. The problem is the streaming itself. As described on many pages, node is not ...
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Would UDP over VPN eliminate packet loss?

I am receiving a MPTS UDP stream from a remote location and I am experiencing packet loss. I would like to know if there's any way to eliminate this packet loss while still using the UDP protocol? I ...
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Securing a LAN whose wires cross over public hallway? [closed]

I want to record video in rooms (A B C) and start/stop/monitor the recordings from (only) room D. There is a public hallway separating D from the rest, and the data is sensitive. Preliminary setup ...
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Can't stream from crtmpserver

I have two webcams that use the RTSP protocol. I need to restream them so that they are RTMP and can be handled by other applications. I'm having difficulty doing so, however. crtmpserver runs ...
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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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Window 7 source-specific multicast (SSM)

We are planning to stream video feeds over multicast to managed Windows 7 devices. Does Window 7 support source-specific multicast at the OS layer (as the receiver)? It appears that XP and Vista both ...
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JBOD or RAID on a streaming server setup

Currently my setup is 1 main server which holds all the mp4 videos and 3 other servers which holds portions of this video. The process is: when a user uploads a video, it is stored into the main ...
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why does a multicast server endlessly transmitting packets even no client require [closed]

i used to setup a multicast server using windows server 2003 OS, i can see a lot of packets transimitted from the server once it was started. Does it make sense when no one is requiring the multicast ...
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Video streaming- Simulate delay or reduces speed in video streaming

I have an apache server that has a video url to stream the video. However, I would like to reduce the speed of the stream so that my android app can find when the buffer gets empty. Since the speed is ...
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RTMP Streaming LAN footage from multiple PC to one single stream

I need to stream a Live LAN footage from multiple PCs to a single stream, that is must redirected on twich.tv. What in fact I need to do is to switch from one source to another without interrupting ...
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NGINX configuration for video streaming server

I have purchased cloud server at digitalocean.com with 2GB RAM and DUAL CORE Processor. I want to set-up video proxy service i.e. to proxy youtube videos. I have installed NGINX + PHP-FPM server and ...
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how to use SSD for streaming videos, while storing on HDDs [closed]

I run a video hosting, youtube like site. I currently run it with 2x3TB HDDs and they max out at 150mB/s I`m willing to achieve higher speeds and I think of storing the data on HDDs and streaming ...
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How to enable streaming when file is delivered through PHP script?

I'm trying to enable mp4 streaming on my content server. Due to some security fanatics whom I working with all files are delivered through a php script and have the following url format: ...
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stress testing Darwin streaming server and vlc

I have Darwin streaming Server and VLC installed on different virtual machines. What i am trying to do is stress test/benchmark both from a third virtual machine. This is a preliminary part of a ...
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Starting ffserver on macos - Permission Denied [closed]

I am trying to start ffserver on Snow leopard. dev:~ Shashank$ ffserver -d -f /usr/etc/ffserver.config I get this in my terminal. ffserver version 1.1.3 Copyright (c) 2000-2013 the FFmpeg ...
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Is it possible to duplicate a UDP unicast stream with iptables?

I have a proprietary system which transmit a udp video stream from unit #1 (192.168.1.1) to unit #2 (.1.2). I can't make changes to this system, and I'm trying to clone this udp stream so I can access ...
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Suggest CDN with Byte-Range requests support for streaming [closed]

I'm trying to find high load solution for streaming server. The idea came to me this morning. What about CDN or cloud storage with byte-range support. Basically flash player require only partial ...
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How to set up an HTTP video-streaming server for 'tablet independent viewing'?

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 ...
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Nginx: High memory usage with large value of send_timeout

Background We serve big video files with nginx. Our users use VLC video player, mostly for it's ability to open a network location as a video. When they pause the video, normally Nginx drops the ...
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Large File Uploads? SWFUpload? [closed]

So, we offer video services and have run into an issue with people uploaded large file sources. I realized that our developer was utilizing php HTTP uploads to handle this and that was causing the ...
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How to cache streaming video and silverlight with squid windows reverse proxy

We have an intranet web server running a silverlight application (ACTUS media monitor if anyone cares to know). The server is used to record video and stream it to clients through a CDN solution. We ...
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Lighttpd - byte range request doesn't work. can't stream mp4

Am attempting to use the lastest flowplayer. (if it could work it would be pretty awesome btw) http://flowplayer.org One of the cool things about it is it uses the new HTML5 video element and ...
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multicast streaming, too much network traffic?

I am thinking of switching our streaming servers to use multicasting instead of registering multiple clients and duplicating the streams manually on the server. It seems to work very well. However, I ...
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Limit video streaming with lighttpd & Mod_h264 for x minutes

I'm running video streaming with lighttpd & mod_h264 on CentOS. Now, I want to set to client can only watch the movie for the first x minutes. Example: 10 minutes. Who can give me a solution for ...
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nginx http_mp4_module pseudostreaming

I'm using Nginx 1.2.3 with http_mp4_module installed and trying to make pseudostreaming server using it. When I'm trying to set start position less than 25 everything works like a charm: ...
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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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How can i track how much bandwidth is used by a streaming video

I have a website that has limited streaming for my clients. This has grown beyond the initial intent and has become a bit of an issue with my bandwidth charges. My question is: on IIS is there a ...
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Wowza RTMP streams SLOW after updates to server

MY BUILD I am using a Linux CENTOS 6 server with Plesk 10.4.4 Apache and Wowza Media Server 3. The server is a quad core and has 12GB RAM. WHAT HAPPENED BEFORE I was having a problem with some ...
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How to read network card specs [closed]

i am in the need of buying a rack server which will serve static video files to users. Each video file will be between 30MB and 50MB and we expect up to 16k concurrent users. I was looking for servers ...
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CloudFront - first access

We are storing video files in Amazon S3-Buckets, and do the playout via CloudFront. Unfortunately, although CloudFront has an origin-pull mechanism, the files are only transferred from S3 to the edges ...
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streaming hd video over internet [closed]

I will like to stream live hd video 24/7 But I don´t like to pay for a video stream server like http://www.viastreaming.com What is the hardware and software you recommend for a 500 simultaneous ...
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Darwin/Quicktime Streaming Server how to re-stream an HTTP video stream?

I want to configure Darwin/Quicktime Streaming Server to re-stream an HTTP stream coming from Adobe Media Server. Can anyone recommend me a Idea how I could implement it?
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Where to store social network photos and videos? [closed]

I have a social network with 100,000 users. I allow users to upload photos and videos now I feel like it is becoming too much for my dedicated server. Should I get another dedicated server? A content ...
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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 ...
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Can an internet connection be more robust when connecting through a VPN?

During live streams some viewers experiencing problems with the stream like dropouts and artifacts although they have a 100MBit line what makes me assume the problems are caused by packet loss. ...
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nginx - Takes too long for a connection to be established

I am new to nginx, and I am using it currently on my server to serve videos to users. a few days ago the server started becoming extremely slow while have around 500-600 users online, note that I have ...
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File/Video serving - server cluster configuration

I currently have 5 servers. 1 server is used as the main server which holds all the video files, the other 4 are replicated and fetches videos from the main server using rsync. Videos are delivered ...
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Reliable Multicast Programming (PGM) on Windows

I want to use the Reliable Multicast Programming (PGM) protocol on Windows. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms740125%28v=vs.85%29.aspx I know Windows support it. However, it ...
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WMS server side playlist driving me crazy, any thoughts?

I have been working on setting up video streaming for employees from a website over http via Windows Media Services on Windows server 2008. I have almost everything working the way I want but ...
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Video streaming over multi display units [closed]

We have to share video across around 4/8 terminals at a public facility where we need to display live video from within the facility, as well as display messages(advertisements), and also play ...
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How to share video file (DVD) in company's network to employees without them being able to take it home?

I have small network with 50+ users with SBS 2003, MOSS 2007 and File server (all Microsoft software). We've got some video's that we want to share with users without them being able to save it and ...
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Router for a heavy video streaming dependent network

I have a 50 Mbps WAN link and I use Asus RT-N16 with tomato firmware for NAT. My users view multiple streaming videos. At any given time there would be about 20 streaming videos which are being ...
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Maintaining same TCP session, load balacing

With http live streaming (HLS) we need to deliver video segments one after other to the player to play them in a continuous fashion. Segments are present on many streaming servers and we would load ...
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is it possible to host a website on many vps?

I've done it before with my friend, I hosted a radio for a website on another vps that he owns. well but here is a different problem. that one was easy since all we did is created a separate page and ...
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Encrypting/Decrypting MPEG-2 Transport Stream in realtime [closed]

I have to send unicast mpeg2ts stream from one datacenter to another (dc1 to dc2). The output I get from encoder bank in dc1 is not encrypted and I need to encrypt it before sending it to dc2. At dc2 ...
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Hard drives, how to calculate read and write speeds supported? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: dell 2T 7.2k nearline SAS 6Gbps- ingress/egress throughput I don't have access to machine/drive, but need to define specs to purchase one. What all things would it be ...
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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 ...
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Does Darwin/Quicktime Streaming Server follow symlinks?

I have DSS running quite happily on a Macmini using the default media folder (/Library/QuickTimeStreaming/Movies). However, I want to be able to stream video located in a different directory. I've ...
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Streaming Audio Video

We're currenty using Windows Media Services to stream live and on demand audio/video. We're currently looking for a solution that's more cross-platform compatable (iOS compatable). I've looked into ...
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Are there CDN for streaming video content with custom configuration of media servers

My company currently is using CloudFront as Content Distribution Network. But recently we need some additional configuration to the media server they are using for streaming our video content. But... ...