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Topic # 15451 23-Aug-2007 17:19
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Is there any software that lets you watch video files in sync over a network instead of running a long video cable?


[EDIT (RC): I have moved this to Desktop computing, as it does not fit VoIP or does it? :D]

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  Reply # 83520 23-Aug-2007 18:11

multicasting video would be the ideal solution but isn't perfectly straight-forward to setup
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/streaming.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Streaming_media




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Reply # 83528 23-Aug-2007 20:37
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I agree with barf, however it is not entirely difficult either.

VLC is the best for this in my experience.

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