Watch your freebox flux, through a other internet connection (for French users)

vlc -vvv --sout '#transcode{vcodec=mp2v,vb=384,scale=0.5,acodec=vorbis,ab=48,channels=1}:standard{access=http,mux=ogg,url=:12345}' -I ncurses 2> /dev/null
You can watch channels of your freebox, everywhere. With " vlc http://your-ip:12345 " on the client and ncurses vlc interface on the host. et voila

2009-03-27 14:29:27

What Others Think

C'est int?ressant, ?a faisait pas mal de temps que je pensait ? chercher une solution pour faire ?a. ( Par contre j'ai essay? en local, j'obtiens le son et la premi?re image puis l'image reste fig?e. J'ai pas de firewall... ) Sait tu ce qu'il faut comme connexion pour que ?a passe proprement sans s'?trangler ? J'ai une Freebox v5 et je suis pres du DSLAM. Je DL ? 2Mo/S en pointe et upload ? un peu plus de 105KO/S selon
sputnick · 606 weeks and 3 days ago
Pour les pbs de bp, tu peux essayer de transcoder avec ses param?tres : vcodec=mp2v,vb=180,scale=0.25,acodec=vorbis,ab=36,channels=1
pronoiaque · 606 weeks and 3 days ago

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