My project is to create a website that facilitates giving live lectures on intranet. Hence, the bandwidth is not an issue here.
Also, I have implemented some basic code of live streaming using windows media encoder SDK in a C# console application. I was able to view the streaming on another LAN PC in VLC player.
Now, how do I implement my code in the asp.net website? What I want is that in order to start the streaming (i.e., start the live lecture), the facutly just clicks on a button in a webpage. This will stream his movements to the students (via a server). Also, this will enable the facutly to view himself on the webpage.
Is this even possible? I mean it would be like : both the student and the faculty will access the same website. The interface to both of them will be different - one will start the stream and the other (student) will receive the stream.
Or will I have to create a different application to start the streaming? So it would be like the facutly will start that applicaiton to start the streaming and the students will access the stream throught the player embedded in the website.
Another question is : what player should I use to receive the stream (on the student side)? Windows Media Player (I heard that it has problems with firefox)? Or the ubiqutous flash plugin will succeed in capturing the media encoder stream?
We have a need to stream live audio from remote devices and be able to listen to it in a web page. I can stream stored audio files, but the live stream has me a bit confused, since we will be adding the data at runtime. Can someone point me in the right direction to show me how to do this?
Is there a way, without using a streaming media server, to stream semi-live audio from an asp.net web app? We want to have a microphone located at a remote site, and stream the data to the client machine for listning. Maybe somehow dynamically build the wav data, or somehow implement this using playlists?
I need the ability to stream live audio/video on my churches website. I have checked many sources online and cannot find anything that mathches my needs just right. I do not want a 3rd party software. I do not want to use the new silverlight 4 as i need to be able to deploy this now. I am on a shared hosting account so I do not have full access to the server. I know this limits the options greatly but I know there also has to be a way to do it.
Also the main need is to stream a single audio/video source but it would also be beneficial to have this a 2 way system for youth groups discussions. So the ability for the church to stream one video and the youth that are signed on can also stream there audio/video back so possibly a webcam chat type setup would be best.
I want to create a website that streams live music, something like a radio, users go on to the website listen to the music, then can see what song is playing, and they can chat amoung them.Also that the person streaming the songs can as well have a speech in between the songs.i have been researching but couldnt find much information, most of the stuff i found out its very advanced, and i dont want to be copying someones code just for the sake of doing something.
Trying to find code to basically stream audio and visual streams over a network can't find proper examples to firmly get a good understanding of how best to approach the development. I've looked at direct sound and Direct X examples but nothing has been concrete enough. Trying to basically create a web page in C# that will be able to stream audio and visual to users.
I would like to get some good ideas of how to stream a broadcast over my website. I have been researching my options for several days and have experimented with Silverlight. I don't think it will do what I am looking for though. I am developing a club website that runs off a spare desktop using IIS7 and Media Services. I could use expression encoder just fine and stream a live broadcast from my location. The problem is, I want a user on a different machine to be able to login from home and based on his provided role assignments click a button to begin a live stream and then click to end the stream. All the while, anonymous user are able to click on a seperate portion of the site to hear the "live" stream.
I consider myself to have intermediate skills using ASP.NET. The media piece has me lost though.
I am totally desparate with the task of Video Conversion, uploading & streaming. I have gone through various articles, posts, blogs and code snipped but couldnt find any full working solution for that.I was advised to work with ffmpeg and i got the functionality [URL]but later i come to know that most asp.net servers (including mine) do not allow to ffmpeg on the server.
Then i look for other solutions, some are saying to convert video files manually and then upload to website (funny hannn). Some are suggesting other site which can store our video and stream from there servers .....So i am stuck now and dont know where to go. I need a complete solution of this problem. Like Users could upload a video file (of any format or at least a good number of choice for upload file format), then they click an upload button and video conversion (e.g. to .flv took place) and the output should be displayed to a user in video player (showing our own logo, not youtube logo....etc.) and thats it.I will definately appreciate all of your comments and guidence.
I'm having a problem with file streaming where this file is a video that is streamed to a FLV player.
Essential components for understanding the problem:
- An asp.net page called Viewer.aspx that has de FLV player incorporated in the HTML.
- An asp.net page (It could be an http handler but in this case it's not) called Downloader.aspx that gets a flv file from somewhere on the web and writes it to the Response Output Stream.
Everytime Viewer.aspx is called, it makes Downloader.aspx the source of the the FLV player and the video is correclty presented and streamed into the player.
The problem I am having now is that any user interaction with the page (even typing an URL inside the same website domain on the browser address bar) becames hung until the video download ends.
I can measure this video download with HTTP Watch for example, and confirm that just after the video download into the player ends, the command issued by the user is immediately processed (or the browser goes to another page if the user typed a new address in the browser address bar).
I tought that it could be the limit of 2 connections per domain, but HTTP Watch only shows one active connection (the video download into the FLV player).
Even if it was this 2 connections limit, I think a nice solution would be to somewhat detect the user interaction with the page and abort that video download.
To get the lok and feel and lil idea about my problem[URL]in this web site you can see the list of videos..when you click on the video it starts..in my case it does not work...i've made setting in IIS that it should support flv files in my HTTP HEADERSbut still it's not working on my local machine and also i have the latest flash player..when i click on video the player is not loaded..so any idea ...wot is going on...?