Setup a Linux media streaming Server using Http 5 so it can be viewed on all platforms and most browsers (Computers, Mac, Linux, Androids OS devices, iphone, ipad, Blackberry, symbian, Java Phones, WindowsMobile , Tablet pc etc..).
Provide a means to load the Media Music Videos or Movies into the Server
Provide a means to categorize the Videos or Movies. Many Directories and Sub-directories can be Created by Admin
Provide 2 Streaming Options.
1. Provide A Play List Version So videos to be played can be added to the play list by the adminitrator and Streamed to audience
Viewers has no control over what is played they just click and view
2. Provide A VOD version so users can make their own selections but will need a username and pass to do so.
A Linux Test Server will be made available for configuration.
After Project is complete we need a complete script that can be used to install the Software in another machine
You can use your own streaming Software of Use any Open Source such as
XBMC, Subsonic, plex, MediaTomb, Tonido ,Flumotion, VideoLAN, Firefly Media Server etc.
13 freelancers are bidding on average $869 for this job
Please check my profile to see my work history and reviews.I had completed 35 projects with 100% completion rate.I had experience in similar job. I am available on skype too. ID- vr.techys Please feel free to contact
Expert in Linux media streaming. i have 8+ years of experience. Can we discuss the project. Please initiate a chat with me so that we can discuss the project at a broader level
Hello, I am interested in your requirement and would like to work as per your requirement. Please evaluate my portfolio as well as my freelancer profile. Request you to revert back if u like my profile. thanks
I've been in IT for 7 years now, would like to check my real skills. I have a question regarding your project: What is the estimated load on the server (in MB/s)? requests/s?
Hi Thanks for job posting. I can do it using VideoLAN within 10 days. I have +5years linux experiences. What kind of system do you recommend? I mean Fedora? RHEL? CentOS?.... All the best.. Alex.:)