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01-22-2004 3:36 PM

Has anyone done this? Just wondering how hard it is to set up and costs, etc Thanks!!

02-19-2004 12:40 PM

What type of streaming are you looking for? What file format and file size do you want to achieve? <BR> On our site I just embedded the media player in the html page. This way you can watch the clip directly on our website. Another option we have is to click a link and you can download the file and play the clip on your local media player. <BR>The cost is determined by the transfer rate your allowed per day I do believe. Most hosts restrict what you are allowed per day as well as per month. <BR> <BR> <BR>Jared Schassen <BR>NumbSkull Productions <BR><a href="http://www.numbskullpro.com" target="_blank">www.numbskullpro.com</a>

02-29-2004 9:59 AM

I have looked into adding a bunch of streams to my site and it does not seem that difficult, however, I agree, depending on your host, the bandwidth costs could be tough. I am looking at increasing hosting packages to support the streaming video.

03-02-2004 9:05 PM

I honestly have no idea. I am totally new to this whole aspect. I am trying to get suggestions as to what works and what doesn't, etc. All help is appreciated. Do you have to get special features included in your hosting packages? Also, how hard is it to embed the media player in your page? I have seen that done before and like it. <BR>Thanks!!

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