[K12OSN] LTSP for video-streaming room?

The Prof joseph.bishay at gmail.com
Fri Jun 10 13:31:36 UTC 2005

I am surprised that gigabit would not be needed.  I thought if the
setup was that 30+ computers are all watching different videos, you'd
need a very high-capacity network.

Has anyone used videoLan for this sort of thing at this level?
thank you

On 6/9/05, Shawn Powers <spowers at inlandlakes.org> wrote:
> Jim Kronebusch wrote:
> > Does anyone
> > know if the clients are capable of handling gigabit?
> I don't think gigabit would be needed at the thin client.  The server
> would need it for sure, but the clients would be fine on a switch with
> 100mbit.  (I stream at home over 100mbit to my xbox media player, and 2
> other computers, even at the same time)
> I would be concerned about audio sync.  Using esd, I have a terrible
> time with audio sync in mplayer (and mplayer plugin).  Do other programs
> handle the audio sync better, or is it an esd-over-the-network thing?
> nasd might not have the same issue -- but I've never gotten that to
> work, so I don't really know much about it.
> -Shawn
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