Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of free-video-streaming-technology


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Dec 19, 2012, 7:05:31 AM (7 years ago)
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BugMagnet
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question for clarification

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    2020Depending on the hardware, bandwidth, LAN, and other physical constraints, there can be some flexibility in how much hardware this requires. There are some general things that will make your life easier.
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    22  * A DV camera with firewire (or USB). Firewire transfers data at a higher rate, however many newer cameras do not have Firewire. In this case you may be better off with a slightly older camera. DV cams are preferable to other USB cams, like cheap webcams; these can be made to work, but are not well supported.
     22 * A DV camera with firewire (or USB). Firewire transfers data at a higher rate, however many newer cameras do not have Firewire. In this case you may be better off with a slightly older camera. DV cams are preferable to other USB cams, like cheap webcams; these [please clarify which if these "these" refers to, DV cams or USB cams] can be made to work, but are not well supported.
    2323 * A computer with appropriate ports for the camera, and a working NIC (runs dvsource).
    2424 * A computer with good graphics support, reasonable processor, at least 2G of RAM and a working NIC (runs dvswitch).