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How to stream live video using Quick Time Broadcaster, a website and DSL

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Hello all,

I am attempting to stream video from a laptop (Windows XP) or a Mac using Quick Time Broadcaster and I have a website that is hosted by an ISP on a DSL connection.  How can I stream video (files or from a camera) to the Internet?  

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You kind of answered your own question.  You can use Quicktime Broadcaster to do it.  Apple has tutorials on their website:  http://www.apple.com/quicktime/broadcaster/tutorials.html

Do you have a more specific question about how it's done?

Also if you are hosting this website on a DSL line you are not going to have many viewers be able to watch it without it buffering a lot.  
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