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Using VLC to Stream Live Video to Your LAN

  • Episode 360
  • August 12, 2014
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Robbie demonstrates how to use VLC to stream a live video stream (a webcam in our demo) over RTSP using nothing more than VLC on Linux.

Notes:
We're still using the Logitech C920 webcams for our main camera this week. Feel free to buy one too!

Topics Covered:

  • {play 3:06}Kelsey Jensen and Robbie Ferguson talk about their activities, and Studio D.
  • {play 8:03}On to welcome newly registered viewers, and the Viewer Location Map.
  • {play 13:00}Tackling a few viewer questions.
  • {play 15:17}Feature: Using VLC to Stream Live Video to your LAN. (part 1)
  • {play 24:52}Top Stories from the Category5.TV Newsroom
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  • {play 39:25}Feature: Using VLC to Stream Live Video to your LAN. (part 2)
  • {play 48:04}Viewer question: How can I stream video using an Apple MacBook Pro?
  • {play 54:18}Category5.TV Stickers Giveaway
  • {play 56:32}Please support Category5.TV by shopping at shop.category5.tv or donate directly at cat5.tv/c

  • Host: Robbie Ferguson
  • Co-Host: Kelsey Jensen

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