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    Is broadcast of live video streaming possible on the BSNL broadband internet connection which I am using. If yes, please tell me the additional equipments that I may need. If not, which other service provider can I use to do that.

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    You are not specific of Which plan, you are using at the moment. And live streaming goes for sites like youtube.com, metacafe.com etc, or you meant BroadBand Tv.

    @Bukuso- Be specific mate!. We are here to Help you.
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    Hi Relton,
    Thank you for your help.
    The idea is for a direct relay of an event happening at one place to internet users all over the world.

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    You are talking about live streaming a.k.a tele-conferencing type video. Well, I don't about software but a 8Mbps line would do justice to it if not 2Mbps.


    @Admin- Hope, if you can give any tips!!.
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    well the best and easy way to do it is telecast over a web cam in Ym or any chat application

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    A 2 Mbps connection is more than enough for broadcasting your show/happening but beware your bandwidth will be used insanely!!

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    Yes player is right ....you can use the 2MBPS connection to do this .
    Well one more idea ...if you are going to go through this......
    I sure there must be some recording softwares available which will allow you to buffer your live transmission video to some extent.
    Try searching for some of those softwares .So that you can give your user a clear and continuous transmission but with a slight delay as the buffering will take few seconds.
    You can use messengers definitely but the messengers get slow when you have more no of people connecting to the same provider.
    I have experienced this ....we had nearly 5-6 people online at the same time and my video cam was transmitting it to all .....but it went really slow that we eventually quit.
    I guess a buffer will help.I dont know how will it work but definitely there must be something.Try googling for it.
    Its an idea i am not sure whether its practical give it a try.
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    i have a better idea , why dont you book air time on some channel, what do u think????

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    Quote Originally Posted by player View Post
    A 2 Mbps connection is more than enough for broadcasting your show/happening but beware your bandwidth will be used insanely!!
    That's just what,I had posted.:euro:
    Read carefully.
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    thnx for sharing

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    yes, it is possible and you can use it.

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