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Did you get this to work though? I can get it to work in the above way for a local file, but not for a Youtube video.Easy. Just host is as a stream in VLC as HTTP, remux stream as mkv, and set the input to the YouTube stream's URL.
It'll take 5 minutes to setup, and people can watch in their browsers on phones or computers or tablets over the LAN
PM me if you need help setting it up
OBS works, as I tested yesterday, other than not having time to figure out why audio wasn't pulling through..Unfortunately youtube is unable to be replicated through PIM/IGMP/Multicast features on a network.
I think you'd be better off using OBS to create a stream of the screen, then view that stream on the other devices using VLC.
Op what is your goal, I know what you trying to do but why?
Sounds like your company is then in charge of creating and pushing the stream to YouTube yourselves.. I assume that this stream is not sent to YouTube from your office location where the 1500 users reside..?We have around 1500 users and with COVID our products are launched via live streaming these days - Our local links seems to suffer and the users are experiencing excessive buffering issues. I was looking at Peer5 that's able to stream to a SharePoint page. Regarding VLC its one of our non standard software and could take some convincing to get this approved.
Yes I've got it to work before. We did this to watch Dota EDIT: Dota not Donald tf is this spellcheckerDid you get this to work though? I can get it to work in the above way for a local file, but not for a Youtube video.