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j-Cast

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Java Videostreaming Server and Client

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j->Cast is a live video streaming system which allows you to stream live videos from your computer, webcam or mobile Android device via the j->Cast videoserver.

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Features

  • Videostreaming
  • Webserver
  • Java
  • Android & PC Client
  • Streaming of media files and camera

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    I can't fully understand the little explanation. Do I need my own server running 24/7 to stream my webcam or videos? I have to open manually the ports in my router? how many? how does my viewers have to configure the vlc to watch my stream in the internet? How do I handle the dynamic ip I have? My viewers would not find me when it changes.

    Posted 08/08/2014
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User Interface

Java Swing, Web-based, Console/Terminal

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2014-05-28

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