#188 stream video ( xvid )


stream video ( xvid )

StreamPlug is a full Mpeg4, Ogg, and now Theora and MPEG4-AVC
streaming plug-in delivering ogg vorbis, divx, xvid content and much
more to you instantly. It achieves to do so with a very light sofware
(240Kb) that will take you only seconds to install.
With the v2.04 release and the integration of H264, StreamPlug also
brings video to a completely new level of quality. (Example here)
You can choose to install the small plugin or download the StreamPlug
manager below to install it :


StreamPlug_Manager.exe (Local installation/uninstallation utility)

If you choose the online installation and use I.E. simply, choose a
movie now and enjoy, the installation of StreamPlug(tm) is both quick
and automatic. Finally, if you use Mozilla/Firefox/Netscape click here
Some new features in v2.04 :
Full MPEG4-AVC streaming support (H264)
Full Theora streaming support
FTP protocol support and FTP browser integrated
Hyperlink within video
New Skin and more

Other Features :
240kb Full Installation
Support integrated for Divx, Xvid, 3ivx, Sigma, Ogg Vorbis
16/9, 4/3, Square or custom resolution support
Playlist support
Subtitles support
Full support of .ogg and .ogm files locally
"Save Stream" option if allowed by a given site administrator
Full support for IE 5.0+/Netscape/Firefox/Mozilla browsers
Windows 95-98-NT-XP
Browse locally and add subtitles to a streaming movie
Proxy support
Full screen mode improved
Possibility to let the user save the file
Three optional levels of securing for files
No specific server required but a simple html server (windows - linux
- unix) and hence cost reduction
Reduced bandwidth needs for improved graphic & sound quality
File tagging support
Full Stereo and 5.1 support
New features in v2.04
New javascript functions added


  • Michael Niedermayer

    • status: open --> closed
  • Michael Niedermayer

    This is no feature request


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