jit.qt.broadcast on host

Sep 20, 2006 at 9:33pm

jit.qt.broadcast on host

Hey,

I want to stream to a host with the jit.qt.broadcast object like i do now in QuickTime Broadcaster with the Automatic Unicast (Announce) transmission. I’ve got a quicktimehosting service now where i just send this broadcast to, which internet users can connect to see the live broadcast. (I believe their system is Darwin Streaming Server). But is possible to connect from the jit.qt.broadcast to this host, in spite of not having a IP address and a sdp file i cannot upload.
So if it possible where/how do i fill in my hostname, username and so on? If not is there another way to get a videostream from jitter into QuickTime Broadcaster?

Thanks in advance,

Aart Muis / Aartcore

Max 4.5.7 / Jit 1.5.2
OSX 10.4.7

#27708
Sep 21, 2006 at 8:08am

There is currently no way to do “Automatic Unicast (Announce)” using
jit.qt.broadcast (and I don’t believe there ever will be, unless
Apple significantly improves the documentation of their Broadcasting
API). You may be able to use jit.broadcast for this (which does
support Announce streams), although there’s currently no facility
implemented for authentication.

I’ve heard reports of some people using jit.qt.broadcast successfully
in conjunction with QT Broadcaster; others have reported the exact
opposite. This is an issue I’m currently researching, and if a
solution to the reported problem is found, we’ll let you know.

jb

Am 20.09.2006 um 23:33 schrieb aartcore:

>
> Hey,
>
> I want to stream to a host with the jit.qt.broadcast object like i
> do now in QuickTime Broadcaster with the Automatic Unicast
> (Announce) transmission. I’ve got a quicktimehosting service now
> where i just send this broadcast to, which internet users can
> connect to see the live broadcast. (I believe their system is
> Darwin Streaming Server). But is possible to connect from the
> jit.qt.broadcast to this host, in spite of not having a IP address
> and a sdp file i cannot upload.
> So if it possible where/how do i fill in my hostname, username and
> so on? If not is there another way to get a videostream from jitter
> into QuickTime Broadcaster?
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> Aart Muis / Aartcore
>
>
> Max 4.5.7 / Jit 1.5.2
> OSX 10.4.7

#84101
Sep 21, 2006 at 10:55am

Sorry, I meant Darwin Streaming Server here.

jb

Am 21.09.2006 um 10:08 schrieb Jeremy Bernstein:

> I’ve heard reports of some people using jit.qt.broadcast
> successfully in conjunction with QT Broadcaster; others have
> reported the exact opposite. This is an issue I’m currently
> researching, and if a solution to the reported problem is found,
> we’ll let you know.

#84102
Sep 26, 2006 at 3:50am

> Jeremy Bernstein

>I’ve heard reports of some people using jit.qt.broadcast successfully
in conjunction with [Darwin Streaming Server]; others have reported the exact
opposite.

i’ve been searching the list, my friend and the neighborhood bar for the former group. if you have had success using jit.qt.broadcast and darwin streaming server, please stand up.

a

#84103
Sep 26, 2006 at 5:58am

ill try it tomorrow with QTSS on OS X 10.4.7 server with jitter 16.2
on PPC.

I recall having dicked with it and gotten it working with an earlier
version of 1.6, but it was just for shits and giggles, and never did
anything serious with it.

v a d e //

http://www.vade.info
abstrakt.vade.info

On Sep 25, 2006, at 11:50 PM, Ali Momeni wrote:

>
>> Jeremy Bernstein
>
>> I’ve heard reports of some people using jit.qt.broadcast successfully
> in conjunction with [Darwin Streaming Server]; others have reported
> the exact
> opposite.
>
>
> i’ve been searching the list, my friend and the neighborhood bar
> for the former group. if you have had success using
> jit.qt.broadcast and darwin streaming server, please stand up.
>
> a

#84104

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