Re: [videoblogging] Re: creating a standard

On 30/06/2004, at 6:53 AM, Eric Rice wrote:

> For streaming, it's a different story. Part of me sees videoblogging
> as a streaming, short
> term content model, not unlike audioblogging or regular weblogging.
> With streaming, the
> options are endless. I know people use Quicktime across many platforms
> and since I have
> a spare OS X server laying around, I'll probably just deal with
> quicktime if I need to stream
> content (portable or disposable or otherwise). That may change though
> in the near future,
> I don't know yet.

for rtsp quicktime rools 🙂 because it's free. see what real charge
for a server that can support 20 simultaneous streams, what hardware it
needs, then run quicktime streaming server on a linux box for
approximately $0.00 in software costs.

cheers
Adrian Miles
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