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#ActualNet Gnome

Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:31 PM

You're best off livestreaming flash video to something like justin.tv or twitch.tv (using a local proxy found here). Use something like Open Broadcaster Software or XSplit and to stream your desktop to the site. With that software you can adjust the stream quality to lower the bitrate requirements. Even then, you'll want at least 500-1000Kbps upload speed to get anything watchable on the viewers end (360p-480p). If you're more adventuresome try something like FFMPEG / LibAV (very powerful a/v transcoding utilities) to really get the best bang for your bandwidth.


#4Net Gnome

Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:31 PM

You're best off livestreaming flash video to something like justin.tv or twitch.tv (using a local proxy found here). Use something like Open Broadcaster Software or XSplit and to stream your desktop to the site. With that software you can adjust the stream quality to lower the bitrate requirements. Even then, you'll want at least 500-1Mbps upload speed to get anything watchable on the viewers end (360p-480p). If you're more adventuresome try something like FFMPEG / LibAV (very powerful a/v transcoding utilities) to really get the best bang for your bandwidth.


#3Net Gnome

Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:26 PM

You're best off livestreaming flash video to something like justin.tv or twitch.tv. Use something like Open Broadcaster Software or XSplit and to stream your desktop to the site. With that software you can adjust the stream quality to lower the bitrate requirements. Even then, you'll want at least 500-1Mbps upload speed to get anything watchable on the viewers end (360p-480p). If you're more adventuresome try something like FFMPEG / LibAV (very powerful a/v transcoding utilities) to really get the best bang for your bandwidth.


#2Net Gnome

Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:25 PM

You're best off livestreaming flash video to something like justin.tv or twitch.tv. Use something like Open Broadcaster Software or XSplit and to stream your desktop to the site. With that software you can adjust the stream quality to lower the bitrate requirements. Even then, you'll want at least 500-1Mbps upload speed to get anything watchable on the viewers end (360p-480p). If you're more adventuresome try something like FFMPEG / LibAV (very powerful video transcoding utilities) to really get the best bang for your bandwidth.


#1Net Gnome

Posted 02 February 2013 - 10:24 PM

You're best off livestreaming flash video to something like justin.tv or twitch.tv. Use something like Open Broadcaster Software or XSplit and to stream your desktop to the site. With that software you can adjust the stream quality to lower the bitrate requirements. Even then, you'll want at least 500-1Mbps upload speed to get anything watchable on the viewers end. If you're more adventuresome try something like FFMPEG / LibAV (very powerful video transcoding utilities) to really get the best bang for your bandwidth.


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