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Sending Live Video over the Internet

by jgwagg / April 21, 2006 12:08 PM PDT

My daughter is getting married this summer. Her 93 y/o Grandmother, who lives a thousand miles away is unable to travel and will not be able to attend. I would like to set up something so that we could stream a live video of the ceremony to her. Both computers will have a high speed connection to the internet. All advice will be appreciated.

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Streamin Video can be done,,
by jcrobso / April 24, 2006 1:14 AM PDT

With Real player and RP server, they have a free down load of the producer and the servier for trial, good for one year.
Another is to do web cam, USB camera the uses AOL, MSN, Yahoo instant mesageing to do the streaming, easer to setup but quality is nat as good as the realy Player.
You will need an analog video capture card to use a video camera. John

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live video in real time
by myersjw / January 18, 2009 1:25 PM PST

I am getting married in California and my father is paralyzed in the hospital and is unable to make the trip. I was wondering how I can video our wedding in real time so he can see it and respond like he is there even though he is not. My email address is myersjw@yahoo.com. If anyone can email me how I can do this I would be truly great full. Thank you very much.

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Video ower the Internet
by Papa Echo / January 18, 2009 6:40 PM PST

...as suggsted, Real Player streaming, Web Cam via Instand Messaging .....Or enquire from your Broadband ISP provider for setting up remote meeting/conference .... It may be worthwhile .....you will be able to watch on big screens....

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Video ower the Internet
by preston_86 / January 18, 2009 7:15 PM PST

..u can also use one of those websites that stream your recording live.U just need a webcam and a microphone,I guess.There was one I used some time ago when I had some problems and I could not get my webcam to work with my yahoo account,ustream something,I can't recall exactly the name.But I don't know if that one also works if u want him to respond.

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