> Did anyone try the Darwin Streaming Server on RedHat 6-2? It looks like
> a very promising video streaming server to me.
> However, we have tried to stream a hinted MOV movie in 640x220 pixels.
> When we run a QuickTime client in Windows-98 in a local Fast-Ethernet
> environment, we suffer a packet loss of up to 15% occasionally. We are
> only using one client and using RTSP protocol.
How is the 640x220 movie compressed?
At 640 wide, it's a large video file regardless of streaming, and that
could be the problem right there, ie the frame size does not travel well.
Have you had better luck with regular sized files (320x240)?
> Is there a maximum limit on the resolution of a single MOV it could
> stream? I am sure Fast Ethernet should be able to support more than one
> of those streamings smoonthly.
They claim about 1000 streams of normal material, probably 320x240
There is also a load/stress testing tool included with the server, I
I'm trying this server on SuSE 6.4. How did you get the rtsp:// to
kick-in? I can't actually get a file to stream, they just download fully
first. If I enter rtsp://