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this link only work in internet explorer.
so to check that oen the link on internet explorer.
budget is anywhere around 1000 USD
if you need more, we can negotiate it.
All streaming media players and P2P streams buffer segments of audio/video streams before actually showing them. After buffering a segment a media player shows it, and at the same time the media player starts buffering the next segment. Ideally there shouldn't be any sound or video frame freezes.
Every user viewing media with p2p streaming Internet TV software uploads content at the same time the TV programs are downloaded and viewed. Since all viewers upload content when viewing media, everyone becomes a broadcaster (server) without the cost of traditional streaming. And hence, the more users are online, the faster the programs can be loaded. P2p technology also enables a client to automatically find different connection nodes (other users) and download media stream data from the nearest node (the user with the nearest location). The good thing is stream data is buffered in the memory, not on the hard disk.
P2p streaming Internet TV software creates a stream on localhost (which your program doesn't do, so it's not P2P software) and that stream is then read by Windows Media Player, Real Player or other media players.
Since p2p technology relies on sharing, the more media data segments one uploads to other users, the more segments he himself is entitled to download from others. That is why it may take several minutes before the received stream would run continuously. One has to upload to other users at a rate high enough to be able to download segments in a sufficient rate himself. Therefore it is recommended to establish a connection as early as possible before the starting time of a desired event. The more users sharing segments there are the better stream each one of them will get.
Also, if you input a streaming URL to Sopcast, TVant or any other P2p software --à mms://184.108.40.206/xxxx
The out put URL is like à http://127.0.0.1:port#/streamrefname ( this is because, software creates a stream on localhost and that stream is then read by Media Player)
Also, if it doesn't do it in above way, Software can't connect peers in order to create a p2p network. Each downloaded live stream will represent one node.
2 main characteristics of a P2P program
1. Doesn't show input URL and output URL " coz its plays the file locally"
2. No central server, peers join to gather to share the bandwidth required to keep the stream alive. "upload the stream same time as downloading it(watching it)"