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    Why not user windows server streaming media we stream over 4000 video's delivered through Sharepoint

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    Youtube is banned by our county filtering. Easier to have it in-house only, so no external issues! Good thinking though!

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    I have written a system that allows our staff to have videos streamed for both students and staff, it is only running on a dual core 2gig 2gig of ram, 640GB hdd space.
    It runs debian with lighttpd web server so that it allows for progressive streaming of video files. It can happily allow you to move forward and back in a 1.2GB file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    I would like this as youtube is blocked at our school
    and I can control content
    HI

    I have been asking staff to contact educational content on youtube and ask them to post it on teacher tube as thats not blocked in Lancashire.

    Richard

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    Joomla + hwdvideoshare, clipbucket, ostube, vidiscript are all good too, Dolphin by Boonex works well but there are a lot of stories about nasty users on the forums at Boonex and you allegedly don't get much help when asking about issues you may have. I've been looking into this myself as a way of holding all of our old VHS videos in a central repository. OSTube has a nice WebTV feature but mass uploading isn't supported, Dolphin via the flash uploader can mass upload but on Linux I couldn't get it to work and on windows it uploaded but wouldn't convert, Vidiscript I think can do mass uploading but don't quote me on that. The joomla + hwdvideoshare is very good and the mass uploading works great but it doesn't have an option for sound or photos but hwdphotoshare will sort out part of that and there are loads of MP3 (mass uploading supported) modules/plugins/components for Joomla too. The one I use you just create an article and add a tag with the directory you want to use and it adds all the files to that page with individual players (could get messy if you aren't careful lol) they've got to be MP3 at the moment the plugin is called Mp3Browser.

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    PHPMotion looks perfect for this kind of thing.
    Does anyone have an idiots guide to installing on Windows Server? Or, even better, a VM of the installation they would be willing to share?

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    With Google Apps Education, selected staff can upload video to your google education domain, using google video.

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    @cybernerd - is this a paid for thing?

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    no, google education edition is free for upto 3000 users

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    Ooh! Cool... I'll check that out!

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