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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Originally posted by Martz
    Powered by AOL?
    talk about a turnoff

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  • MarkB
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    Unfortunately, money's always an object LOL

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  • Dave#
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    Do you know if the Quicktime server mentioned uses RAM as well?
    I don't if I'm honest. Ive never used it. Ive heard good things about it in terms of ease of use <server end> and quality of streams but I am put off by the need for quicktime to stream (which is worse than RealPlayer IVHO)

    If money was no object

    http://www.microsoft.com/windows/win...s/services.asp

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  • MarkB
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    Thanks for the input Dave, it's really appreciated I'm not too knowledgeable about these things - content's my area LOL

    Do you know if the Quicktime server mentioned uses RAM as well?

    All still in the planning stages of course If I can get some labels to front up some fees as I plan, then it might all go smoothly for once

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  • Dave#
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    Originally posted by MarkB
    Do you mean a machine in addition my dedicated server? Does a stream server put that much pressure on a machine?

    I'm planning on getting a rackshack server for this, but that's to be budgetted (and financed ), so I was initially planning on hosting it on my server... wrong idea?
    A rackshack server would be ideal for a streaming server IMVHO loads of bandwidth etc:

    The reason that I would place the realserver on it's own physical machine is that you will have much more control over the install, open ports, throttling etc etc. Realserver also uses a load of resources <RAM> and used to (maybe still does) have a tendancy to hang on occassion prolly tying up the server.

    I'll be intrested to hear how you get on

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  • MarkB
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    Do you mean a machine in addition my dedicated server? Does a stream server put that much pressure on a machine?

    I'm planning on getting a rackshack server for this, but that's to be budgetted (and financed ), so I was initially planning on hosting it on my server... wrong idea?

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  • Dave#
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    Originally posted by MarkB
    Still interested in anyone's experience with either of the two products linked above.
    My only advice is to run your streaming product on a dedicated box rather than your webserver for obvious reasons

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  • MarkB
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    Still interested in anyone's experience with either of the two products linked above.

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  • MarkB
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    Ah.

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  • tubedogg
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    http://vbulletin.com/forum/showthrea...threadid=37858

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  • MarkB
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  • Martz
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    Powered by AOL?

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  • MarkB
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    Ooh, cool - thanks for the linkage!

    It works on RH 6.2, but would it work on RH 7.*?

    *getting new server this week*

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  • TheBear
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    Hello,

    Get Apple's Quicktime Streaming Server (QTSS). It is free, open source and no stream limits.

    It works on Mac OS X, Darwin, solaris, Linux, FreeBSD, and even windoze

    http://publicsource.apple.com/projects/streaming/

    Dale

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  • MarkB
    started a topic Real Server Basic

    Real Server Basic

    Has anyone used this free, limited version of Real Network's server? I'm planning on using it for a new audio section of my site, and although it's limited to 25 concurrent streams, it should suffice to begin with.

    Just wondering if anyone has experience with it...
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