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Hello, I’m looking for a way to provide a kind of “live streaming” of a list of videos stored on my server.
I need to provide the same exact point of the stream to every client and the player must be in .swf
Basically should be like a web radio but with videos…
I’ve not flash skills so I’d like something ready out-of-the-box if possible.
Do you have any idea? Thank you!
Hello, thanks but I can’t find the feature I’ve asked, could you tell me where’s described?
Just offering ideas. I think it unlikely that you will find something that works “out of the box”….but who knows?
I can’t belive nobody made something for this purpose…
Have tried googling?
I found a few ideas but I can’t decide what is relevant for you.
You are the only one who knows what your full requirements are.
I’ve tried googling, I don’t even know how is the name of the feature I’m looking for.
I’ve tried “ice cast” “web radio with video” etc, but I can’t find a single solution.
My request isn’t so particular, I want a web radio who streams video beside audio. I need to play X videos stored in a directory. I think my request is clearer as possible.
Did you search for Video Streaming…?
I did and found a lot of ideas that should help you refine your search.
Video streaming talks about stream video, not synced with other clients..
Your talking about [IP multicast](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_multicast) which is too complicated to teach in a forum but hopefully knowing what it is called will help you find what you need.
Hello, thank you for told me the name of what I’m looking for. Googling I can’t find any pre-made solution, that’s a shame :(
If someone knows where to find it please let me know.
what language are you hoping for [AS3](http://help.adobe.com/en_US/FlashPlatform/reference/actionscript/3/flash/net/NetStreamMulticastInfo.html)?
Doesn’t matter, I just need an swf who does what I need… it can uses PHP else if necessary
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