All you have to do to have a boadcast on the internet is to forward ports 80 (http) and 1935 (crtmpserver) from your raspberrypi to the outside world. Configuration itself needs to be made on your NAT device (router).chrisbonnert wrote:Thanks rayui, for a very useful post.
I have installed your streaming software successfully and am happily beaming movies around my LAN.
I have a Raspberry Pi (512Mb) version, with an Edimax Wifi dongle and am running the Wheezy release with Apache 2 webserver.
I had to change two things on the raspivid command:
1) -1 changed to 9999999
2) needed to add -hf to do a horizontal flip of the image.
The next step I would like info on is how to broadcast outside my LAN to the internet
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sudo apt-get install git-core
B0SC0 wrote:start video on the pi.
from pc running firefox enter:
just sits there churning but no video.
Is port 1935 okay to use?
paulfxh wrote:Don't use any port.
Just type "myipaddress/myvideostream" in the browser address bar.
You can add the "http://" and ".html" if you want, but they're not necessary.
Note that, as jacksonliam pointed out, your .html file and the jwplayer folder must be in your /var/www/ directory.