Have a look at Vshare (vShare Video Sharing Script - YouTube Clone Script, script to start video sharing community) We use it in College for our own sort of YouTube. If you like more info just ask
Okay does anyone know of a website package joomla type or something else with a template for making a video streaming/web tv front end that is easily to navigate and add video streams to? I know I could work with dreamweaver and come up with a template for joomla but there are better designers out there and probably more customized builds?
wesleyw (17th June 2009)
It looks very good I'll have a look at a some of its templates and see what sort of options are available.
I've failed to get clip bucket working on windows and fedora at present spends a lot of time processing but not actually doing anything I think it's a good product to but it's not easy to setup. Vidiscript isn't bad either but there isn't a decent template that looks professional enough.
We're not running the latest version yet, it's on my "To Do" list but unfortunately the "To Do" list grows faster then I'd like at this time of year, but don't need to tell you that :-)
I'd say you're welcome to come & have a look but it's a bit far to come down to the south coast :-)
The best way is to have a play, what you could do with is a VMWare image with FFMpeg or have you already asked about that
Just seen you're other post, played with VidiScript & yes was OK but I had VShare working by then. I use CentOS for the backend so if you'd like notes on how I set it up I think I have some somewhere :-)
Finally got Clip Bucket working on Fedora and on Windows found out I'd got it working three days ago and it wasn't the system that had an issue it was because we were uploading m4v video files as soon as I tried mpeg it worked perfectly.
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