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Aziz 10-17-2005 12:46 PM

[Audio Experts] How do I stream movies in Linux?
Hello guys,

I need help/direction/advise on the following:

1) I have a dvd movie I want to stream online.

Which breaks down to the following:

A) Which format to transfer the DVD to.
B) How to stream such format.

Please guide me with the programs, and how to. I have been looking around for almost 3 months, and still can not figure it out.

At one time I posted here, and was told to do MPG, which is not an actual streaming and the users were able to download.

Now, for the streaming I am looking for a Linux/Fedora solution, preferred free, but paid might also be good.

Thanks alot for any help anyone can offer,


On the side note:

1) The DVDs I am using are not copyrighted.
2) Most DVDs I already have converted them to MPG

Keruskerfuerst 10-17-2005 12:51 PM


You can VLC;


Aziz 10-17-2005 12:53 PM


Originally posted by Keruskerf├╝rst

You can VLC;



that site seems hot..

Thanks man,


Keruskerfuerst 10-17-2005 12:58 PM


One thing, I have forgotten: you should uninstall existing DVD-players in your system.


eka 10-17-2005 02:50 PM

Kaffeine can help you too.It has network broadcasting option.

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