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bandwith requirements for live video

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Greetings,
I am considering a live video display mechanism on my website.
I have considered purchasing a live feed encoder. but my question is bandwith.
to host H.264 HD quality video, how much bandwith per user can I expect if I put this out for public consumption.  ie. 1MB/s per user?  10MB/s per user?

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Refer to World Wide Web HD resolutions section in the middle.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-definition_video
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perfect.  Thanks.
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