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Streaming Media. Audio and Video on the Web. Objectives. Discuss technicalities of streaming media Convert a video clip to .rm format using RealProducer Basic Upload the .rm clip to the streaming server Decipher the streaming server address. Who can use the streaming server?.

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streaming media

Streaming Media

Audio and Video on the Web

objectives
Objectives
  • Discuss technicalities of streaming media
  • Convert a video clip to .rm format using RealProducer Basic
  • Upload the .rm clip to the streaming server
  • Decipher the streaming server address
who can use the streaming server
Who can use the streaming server?
  • All faculty members
    • 25 gigabyte per class per semester
      • Three classes in Fall – 75 GB
      • One class in Spring – 25 GB
  • Chartered student organizations
  • Live streaming server space
    • Full-time faculty
    • No student organizations
when to use streaming media
When to use streaming media
  • Video/audio over 10 megabytes
  • Multiple audio/video clips
  • Numerous people watching an audio/video clip at the same time
what can go on the streaming server
What can go on the streaming server?
  • RM (supported by AU)
  • SMI (Flash, RealPix, RealText, SMIL)
  • MPG (video)
  • MP3 (audio)
  • MP4 (video)
  • WMV (Windows video)
  • RV (video)
how to get access to the server
How to get access to the server
  • E-mail HelpDesk (helpdesk@auburn.edu) with the following information:
    • Name
    • AU username
    • AU department or organization
  • You will receive your information at the AU username you specified (username@auburn.edu)
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RealProducer Basic 11
  • http://www.realnetworks.com/products/producer/basic.html
  • Limited to three target audience/bit rate streams
  • Free
copy the video clip to the desktop
Copy the video clip to the desktop
  • Open “My Computer” on the desktop
  • Go to Seminar Files > Streaming Media
  • Copy the chem_clip.mpg to the desktop
converting video to rm
Converting video to .rm
  • Open RealProducer Basic
  • Click Browse; a dialog box will appear
    • Navigate to the desktop
    • Choose the video source file
save as a rm file
Save as a .rm file
  • Double click file under Destination on the right panel
  • Enter a name for the file
    • Enter your username(the part before @auburn.edu)for the file name
    • Add the extension .RM
    • username.rm
converting video to rm cont
Converting video to .rm, cont.
  • Click Audience to choose the three preset speeds
    • A good mix is 56k/256k/512k
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Converting video to .rm, cont.
  • Click Clip Information to enter any information you would like to be shown:
    • Title
    • Author
    • Copyright
    • Keywords
    • Description
    • Rating
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Converting video to .rm, cont.
  • Click Encode to begin the encoding process
    • Saves the file to the same location as the source video as default (important for CD/DVDs)
  • RealProducer makes two passes
    • Analyze pass: a quick pass to analyze the video
    • Encode pass: a longer pass which does the actual encoding
  • Please be aware of the time requirement when encoding any lengthy video
uploading to the streaming server
Uploading to the streaming server
  • Two ways to upload to the streaming server
    • Secure FTP (WinSCP from AU Download)
    • Drive Mapping (only on campus)
upload through drive mapping
Upload through Drive Mapping
  • Right click “My Computer” and select Map Network Drive
  • Select an empty drive letter and then enter the server address in the “Folder” box
    • \\realmedia1.auburn.edu\homes
  • Enter your login information
    • Username: imgtest
    • Password: 1898Main
upload through drive mapping cont
Upload through Drive Mapping, cont.
  • Drag the files to the mapped folder
    • Works exactly like any other Windows folder
  • Again, only works on campus
viewing streaming media
Viewing streaming media
  • http://rm.auburn.edu:7070/ramgen/real#/path/username.rm
      • real# is the server your file is on. OIT will give you this address
        • IMG’s is real6
      • Path is the path to the filename from the real volume
        • IMG’s is imgtest
      • Filename.rm is whatever you named your RM file
      • The rest is always the same
  • http://rm.auburn.edu:7070/ramgen/real6/imgtest/simmorb.rm
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