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jonathanb

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    RE: Debian Squeeze video streaming server.
    That is indeed a plan which I would use when there wasn't any other options. Maybe this is the best solution after all. Thank you Marc Deop.
    Link to this post 10 Feb 12

    That is indeed a plan which I would use when there wasn't any other options. Maybe this is the best solution after all. Thank you Marc Deop.

  • jonathanb
    RE: Debian Squeeze video streaming server.
    There is one problem that I see with that tut and that is that it uses UPNP which I already have and UPNP is for intern use as far as I know. I'm trying to get a sort of youtube idea. When I connect from work to my home server I can choose a Video and then it starts. Is there such a thing?
    Link to this post 09 Feb 12

    There is one problem that I see with that tut and that is that it uses UPNP which I already have and UPNP is for intern use as far as I know. I'm trying to get a sort of youtube idea. When I connect from work to my home server I can choose a Video and then it starts. Is there such a thing?

  • jonathanb
    RE: Debian Squeeze video streaming server.
    I couldn't find that on google. :O Thank you for the link anyway! Now I can start with this and if all things go as planned then I have my own Linux media server. Thank you both for your help!
    Link to this post 09 Feb 12

    I couldn't find that on google. :O
    Thank you for the link anyway! Now I can start with this and if all things go as planned then I have my own Linux media server. Thank you both for your help!

  • jonathanb
    RE: Debian Squeeze video streaming server.
    @jhun Try to follow some tutorials which will give you some basic knowledge about the things inside Linux. I started with Debian and Stayed there, but Debian has a high learning curve (That's what I heard) so I would suggest to use the Ubuntu distro. Download link: http://www.ubuntu.com/download @GoinEasy9 Is there in VLC a structure from where you can choose the Video that you want to see? If that is the case then maybe VLC is the answer even though there isn't a website where I can access it. When I was on google I saw another post with you giving as answer VLC, but as you can see I have slightly other needs. --- JonathanB
    Link to this post 08 Feb 12

    @jhun Try to follow some tutorials which will give you some basic knowledge about the things inside Linux. I started with Debian and Stayed there, but Debian has a high learning curve (That's what I heard) so I would suggest to use the Ubuntu distro. Download link: http://www.ubuntu.com/download

    @GoinEasy9 Is there in VLC a structure from where you can choose the Video that you want to see? If that is the case then maybe VLC is the answer even though there isn't a website where I can access it. When I was on google I saw another post with you giving as answer VLC, but as you can see I have slightly other needs.

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    JonathanB

  • jonathanb
    Debian Squeeze video streaming server.
    Hello everyone, I'm searching for a program or something else which can stream video's and if possible on a webpage that I can forward to my public ip address. I have a collection of video's that I want to see when I'm not at home. I found out how you can stream music, but Video's are something else. I know of VLC, but can I still see a well organised structure of my video's with VLC? Does someone knows a solution to this? Thanks in advance. --- JonathanB
    Link to this post 07 Feb 12

    Hello everyone,

    I'm searching for a program or something else which can stream video's and if possible on a webpage that I can forward to my public ip address. I have a collection of video's that I want to see when I'm not at home. I found out how you can stream music, but Video's are something else. I know of VLC, but can I still see a well organised structure of my video's with VLC? Does someone knows a solution to this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    JonathanB

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