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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2005

    Live Streaming TV!?

    We’re doing a website for a TV station, and they want to have a live TV broadcast on their website, our experience is basically in CMS and portal solutions, but we never had any experience in live streaming, so this is all new to us, if any body can help with any thing it would be most appertained, this is the details of the project with some of the inquiries we have:

    -The signal is SDI (Pal 25 fps)
    -We want to provide them (the client not the site users) with two options to choose from:
    1.Real media, where the user required to have Real media player to view the video
    2.Windows media player, where the user required to have Windows media player to view the video
    -What ever the format the client will chose (Real, Windows), the user will have two options to view the movie in:
    1.Low: 28K
    2.High: 300K
    -The video should come within a customized designed page, probably as a code we can place inside an html table’s cell, not as a link for external link


    1.In what fps should the output be, is 15 fps good quality?
    2.What format do you recommend (Real, Windows)
    3.If we choose Real, what are the requirements we need to have, form both; the TV station side, and in our Linux server?
    4.If we choose Windows, what are the requirements we need to have, form both; the TV station side, and in our Linux server?
    5.Is there any hardware required from the client side such as DVR, or some sort of encoder, if so; what’s you’re recommendations (type/ brand)
    6.How (and this is probably the most ambiguous task)
    6.1.Do you broadcast the digital signal coming from the encoder (I guess) to the server?
    6.2.And then place this signal on an PHP page?

    Thanx for the help..

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    15fps shoould be sufficient
    windows, or a real replacement
    real = typically a download o real player, which takes over everything on your computer hence i never use it
    windows media is already installed into 90% of the computers out there.

    best way to get a true idea, is to either contact real media, or microsoft and ask them yourself, or email them and ask for a step by step guide on how to achieve this and what they reccomend.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    thanx, I'll just do that..

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2014
    You can watch live tv with high quality streaming from here http://www.livetv.pk/

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jun 2014
    Yeah well thanks to share waqas .. i have checked.....

  6. #6
    i would say the scale could be an issue. How many viewers do you expect and how will you handle that?

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