VideoLAN Server 0.5.6

VideoLAN Server is an MPEG, DVD, and DVB server for Unix/Linux.
VideoLAN Server
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VLS is a dedicated server that compiles under Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. It isn't under very active development at the moment and we advice you to consider the Stream Output functionality of VLC instead.

The network on which you setup the VideoLAN solution can be as small as one ethernet 10/100Mb switch or hub, and as big as the whole Internet! The bandwidth needed is:

* 0.5 to 4 Mbit/s for an MPEG-4 stream,
* 3 to 4 Mbit/s for an MPEG-2 stream read from a satellite card, a digital terrestial television card or an MPEG-2 encoding card,
* 6 to 9 Mbit/s for a DVD.

INPUTS:

File
DVD
DVB-S (Hauppauge Nova-S / Nexus)
DVB-C (Hauppauge DVB-C)
DVB-T (Hauppauge Nova-t)
MPEG encoding card [4]
ASI card (SVN Only)
V4L device (SVN Only)

OUPUT:

UDP Unicast / Multicast
File

CONTROL:

Command line
Telnet

MISC:

IPv6
Send DVD subtitles

last updated on:
May 4th, 2005, 0:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.videolan.org
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
The VideoLAN Team
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Video
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