On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 12:13:07PM +0000, cian at medialabeurope.org wrote:
> Try www.videolan.org, all singing all dancing, maybe more features than you
> need though, plus they have a pretty helpful mailing list and online forum.
Cheers, I have vls and vlc installed, Im also looking at ffserver from
the ffmpeg package. The only "problem" is they are fairly complex for my
needs, and for vlc to be usable over the internet Id really need to
encode the video to a different, more bandwidth friendly format.
The nice thing about camserv is its a doddle to set up and doesnt
require anything special at the client side, no codecs or anything - see
http://camera.yerma.org (or http://camera.yerma.org/test for ie users)
tho dont expect to see anything if more than 10 people have connected
before you :)
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