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It could be that the bluetooth (and other nearby wireless devices) work on the 2.4GHz band and thus interfering with the wifi data causing streaming issues. That would also indicate why it works better without the bluetooth headphones.


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...I had written an answer to this question that I just deleted because it contained a lot of diagnostics and no answer since, at the time, I hadn't found an answer. But I wanted to add a new answer here since (after quite a bit of trial and error) I finally found out what was the problem here - for me, anyway. It took me quite a bit of research to find ...


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As I said in my comment, Media -> Stream is what you want. The Mac OSX screenshots are similar to an earlier version of this UI in the QT interface, it was changed significantly in the 2.x releases. Technically, you don't need to do anything special to do UDP multicast sending, just send it to a valid multicast address. So, just go through the streaming ...


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Add an application, whatever application you're using most, to Steam's Library. I added OpenScad, others have added Chrome, Notepad.exe or even Explorer.exe. From inside a Streaming OpenScad session, on my mac, I use Option + Esc to see the desktop. It's less than perfect, but it works pretty well. For my purpose it's a huge timesaver! [Steam] -> [Games] ...


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On Mac/OSX, I was able to get this to work with a modification of Unnikrishnan's answer. The important part being the path to the VLC executable (which may vary by system) Recorded Stream: rtmpdump -r rtmp://path/to/stream | /Applications/VLC.app/Contents/MacOS/VLC - Live stream rtmpdump -r rtmp://path/to/stream --live | ...


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Turns out that the following switch -rtsp_transport tcp is required ffmpeg -rtsp_transport tcp -i rtsp://192.168.0.112:554/11 ~/Videos/stream.mkv


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The Wireless HDMI is the word. There are many solutions available at the market.


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I may have completely misunderstood your question, but isn't this what you need? http://store.steampowered.com/streaming/


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If your camera is ONVIF (Open Network Video Interface Forum) compatible, then the open source ONVIF Device Manager might help: ONVIF Device Manager is a Network Video Client (NVC) to manage Network Video Transmitters (NVT), Network Video Storage (NVS) and Network Video Analytics (NVA) devices. Implements Discovery, Device, Media, Imaging, Analytics, ...



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