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  1. is in the zone....

  2. See the 2nd section called "Modernizing Your BVSS Embed Scripting/Code" in my most recent post at: http://nch.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=15895 The improved embed script/code provides for a static "Start Frame" image, which is displayed in the player when the video stream is not playing and/or before it starts. Good luck, DeDLykMe "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." -- Hunter S. Thompson
  3. I understand your question, I think.... Your should look at Item No. 4., in my reply to another post from someone else. The link directly to my reply is: http://nch.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=15837&view=findpost&p=36416 This will solve your problem/request. Personally, I don't care for the ".asf" format, preferring Flash for streaming (see my profile for why). But with either format the above link will solve your issue. Ciao, DeDLykMe "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." -- Hunter S. Thompson
  4. Well..., actually..., the title doesn't quite "say it all", but here goes: 1. BVSS can stream as many simultaneous livestreams as you bandwidth and CPU can handle. 2. The Flowplayer (see the tail end of my most recent post: http://nch.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=15895 regarding Flowplayer use) has a configuration script you can use which will switch, at pre-defined intervals, between pre-defined multiple streams, either in sequence or at random (shuffled). 3. Have either a hardware (Grass Valley, etc.) or software (MediaLooks, etc.) Video-Switcher/TBC. This solution is
  5. See the tail end of my most recent post: http://nch.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=15895 DeDLykMe "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro." -- Hunter S. Thompson
  6. This is usually a function of the capture device itself as I have found this behaviour to be true with nearly every video capture device in combination with nearly software application. Its seems that they always revert to whatever the "default" settings are for that device after reboot/shutdown. I have some *very* high-end video hardware from AVID that I use & it behaves in the same manner. The way that I have solved this issue for myself is in a very wierd way: The only piece of software that I have found which always "remembers" by video capture hardware settings is a small, *f
  7. This issue is briefly mentioned in my recent post: http://nch.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=15895 The short story is..., if you know that you have your firewall(s) properly configured with the applicable port(s) that you are using being open, then you can simply ignore those warnings in the NCH Software. Apparently this is a flaw/bug in the application(s) because there warnings show up anytime you deviate from the NCH recommended default ports in you configuration, even if you completely disable/bypass all firewalls. Go figure. The sure-fire way to make sure that you a
  8. Serving-Up Your BroadCam Content More Effectively--Tutorial I'm going to be bold here and offer a few suggestions to the BroadCam Video Streaming Server ("BVSS") User Community which, at least for may part, have improved my capabilities and general state of "Zen" when using BVSS. While BVSS is (in my experience) the best combination of being the easiest, most painless, & generally good quality media server available for the Windows OS, it is no secret that support from NCH Software hard to come by (sorry NCH..., but it's true). This post will be the first in a series (probably) whi
  9. You will find that, while the BroadCam Video Streaming Server is (in my experience) the best combination of being the easiest, most painless, & generally good quality media server available for the Windows OS, the support from NCH Software is pretty much non-existent..., even if you pay for it..., so never expect any answers here from them. That said, the answer to your question is: yes, it is quite easy to change the port. Just click on "Options" & go to the first tab marked "Web Access". There you will see two buttons labeled "Configure" (one each for the "Private Network"
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