If you are a video collecting enthusiast, you may have gigabytes or even terabytes of video files on your hard drive. Imaging when you are not at home or just get ready of taking off in the airport, of course the large home video library on your hard drive isn’t the ideal place to watch all of the video- you want to be able to remotely access it and watch the videos on other place.
Streaming and downloading are very similar in they way they receive the information from your wireless router, but are still very much different. Streaming technology allows you to watch live or on-demand video, without having to store or make a copy of the information to your computer’s hard drive. When using downloading programs like Napster, Kaaza, or even iTunes to tubidy mobile or music, you are taking the file or information that those programs provide you and making a direct copy of the file to store on your computer for later use.
Step1. You need to download and install Limewire at first. ( Here is the limewire download link ). We take the Basic version as example in this guide. Then run the Limewire. Type in a keyword (such as Michael Jackson) in the search bar, and then wait a few seconds, Limewire will return a lot of michael jackson related download link results.
Then the next problem comes: Is there any free iPhone App could fulfill the remote access task of streaming home video library to iPhone? Air Playit does just that. We will show you how to effortless use this free iPhone app to remotely access your home video library either on remote WiFi or over 3G.
Start the program ” Flash Video MX Pro5″. Import a video file like .avi, .wmv, .mpeg, etc. After customizing the video based on your preference, click button “Next”.
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In most cases, the bitrate reported by QuickTime would include the video stream and the audio stream (normally 128 kbits/sec) so don’t wonder if the video is shown to have a higher bitrate.