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Can someone recommend open source solution for live video streaming on website?

asked Aug 08 '11 at 06:39

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RED5.org RTMP software on your server and JwFlash on your website.

answered Aug 08 '11 at 07:44

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little note, the more viewer you have the higher bandwidth and faster connection you need to support them with as little lag as possible.

(Aug 08 '11 at 09:07) nitrocrime nitrocrime's gravatar image

I'd recommend using either Ustream.tv or Justin.tv. Then just embed the player on your website.

answered Aug 08 '11 at 06:56

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yes me too, it's really handy

(Aug 08 '11 at 08:55) Yarvaxea Yarvaxea's gravatar image

I recommend using Ustream.tv, or BlogTV. I have also seen Livestream get bigger, but it personally has not worked the greatest for me. Livestream, and Ustream both have embeddable player's, but I could not find one for BlogTV. If you use a simple HTML code you can embed the watch page into your website, like I do. It doesn't look the greatest, but it works.

answered Aug 08 '11 at 13:31

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