View Full Version : Howto set up a streaming server?
29th November 2005, 18:45
Hello all! I've been using Debian Sarge linux for less then a year. I made a server setup with apache, php and mysql using the nice tutorial "The Perfect Setup - Debian Sarge (3.1)" and also got samba working. This was almost easy.
Now, I want to broadcast pre-recorded video from a hd or a dvd to a small audience. I've searched but didn't find a clear way to do it.
I could really use some help on installing and setting up a streaming server (vls?...), creating .pls files (how do I get the link to view the emission?), etc. Is there a way to broadcast directly to a web page?
Can anybody help or give orientation?
30th November 2005, 10:44
I've just found this link: http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000910070121/ :)
1st December 2005, 01:29
Thanks, it really cleared things up...
30th October 2007, 05:50
I need your advise in setting up a streaming server.
One of my client who is running a TV company and now interested in making a website, where the public could view his TV Programs via the website.
TV company is telecasting its program in two different countries.
Now the TV company want us to make a website seperately for two different countries with the same functionalities and in different language.
We are going to develop the website in PHP/MYsql
For streaming, TV Company has suggested the following approach
TV Company will convert all the TV Programs into a web enable format FLV by using FFMPEG, which we have to read and do it and for which the following server setup has been identied
1) Two Seperate storage server(public server) for two different countries, where in conversion takes place in different places for two different countries and placed in different places.
2) My Webserver through streaming technique will read the converted FLA files and display it in the website by the concept of streaming, based on the country from which user is trying to browse the site.
Let me know the suggested approach is good and which company should I need to rely on in getting the server setup configured for us.
31st October 2007, 18:09
Take a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/video_streaming_lighttpd_flowplayer
10th August 2010, 17:22
I like to do function streaming business. can you tell me
how to do live streaming from handycam and what are the prosses?
30th September 2010, 23:07
Hey nor, I wanted to set up a streaming server too and after looking for tutorials I found this new solution which is free and really simple www.dacast.com. You can do live streaming or playlist audio/video streaming.
20th February 2011, 01:24
I want to make a website with live streaming, something like http://www.livestream.com/ , for my country! (an online television ) I do not know exactly what I need. Also if you cannot tell me everything, I can pay a developer to help me. I am a webdesigner, but I am new with this video stuff! Please help, thanks!
25th February 2011, 14:20
Check out flumotion.net
12th March 2011, 10:06
I am a newbie to video streaming. I like to setup a video streaming in the following manor. iPod Touch's camera streams video to wifi home router, then be able to bring up a web page on any computers on-site or off-site over the internet to view the live video from the iPod camera. To make things easier at first, I can setup a local network with a server to try everything. If there are existing solutions out there for something similar to what I want to do, but using a webcam on a PC rather than iPod, I can start from there too.
I have seen videos on youTube doing the exact thing I am looking for but using an Android phone. However, there was no details at all how it was done and what components are needed.
24th May 2011, 19:26
Servers are often dedicated, meaning that they perform no other tasks besides their server tasks. On multiprocessing operating systems, however, a single computer can execute several programs at once. A server in this case could refer to the program that is managing resources rather than the entire computer.
This is a general description for a server, but the topic of this page was "Video Streaming".
1st October 2011, 03:16
You may want to check out the NGMSMgr part of Nex Gen Media Server (http://ngmsvid.com). Its basically a Web Portal to all stored media. Users can click and play media regardless whether they're coming from a browser or mobile phone. The server handles both live and static media and creates thumbnails of all the content. When I installed it it was a bit esoteric configuration-wise but once I got it down it worked well.
29th August 2013, 18:02
If waht you want is just to setup a backend video server where host your own videos in order to be embeeded in other interfaces (like WordPress or similar) you don't need a specific server just for some videos, you can use HTML5 for embeed the object and the video will be delivered to the modern web browsers.
If you are looking for something professional where store, convert and server the videos using flash or HTML5, with an administrative interface, etc... then you need something like Kaltura CE (http://www.kaltura.org/)
Take a look at the system, it's Open Source. It's complex to setup but you have courses in Udemy if you need help for configuring: https://www.udemy.com/how-to-create-your-own-intranet-video-streaming-server/
3rd December 2013, 21:54
One of my customer who is operating a TV organization and now enthusiastic about creating a web page, where the community could perspective his TV Applications via the web page.
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