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As you have noticed, you cannot use your computer when your friend is playing. There is no way as far as I know to change that. However one way I can think of that might work for you is to setup a Virtual Machine (eg VirtualBox or VMware), and install steam and the game on it. Then use that virtual machine for the steam inhome streaming for your friend. ...


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There are those HDMI extenders that are network driven. Lenkeng is one of them. They've also been reverse engineered, for those fearless that want to replace either the source or the sink with a computer: http://hackaday.com/2016/06/09/hdmi-extender-reverse-engineered/ I haven't seen them with WiFi, so you might need to add a WiFi bridge with sufficient ...


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My experience with Powerline is that is has horrible latency: 50 packets transmitted, 49 received, 2% packet loss, time 49075ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 23.740/665.342/2039.040/449.964 ms, pipe 3 I am using cheap TP-LINK 100mbps devices. Producer claims 500mbps over powerline, but the devices have 100mpbs Ethernet interfaces.


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I found this utility called RTMPdump. It did the trick. It handled the stream smoothly, without a hitch, unlike VLC.


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How about using ffmpeg for recording instead, and VLC for playback? ffmpeg -i "rtmpt://164.100.169.57/livepkgr/lok" -f flv test.flv or for a 60 second sample: ffmpeg -i "rtmpt://164.100.169.57/livepkgr/lok" -f flv -t 60 test.flv


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If you are using VLC, you can control it using an Android device connected through WiFi to your LAN. There are some apps you can use, like VLCDirect with VLC as target. From your android device you can open discs in your drive and change audios, subtitles, etc. You will also need to configure your VLC . With MPC-HC you can do it too (for example, using ...


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VLC version 2.2.4 can play, Hit Cmd+N (on MAC) and enter the url in this format rtmp://Server URL/live/Stream Name e.g rtmp://10.154.136.221/live/RTMP1


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Windows 10 provides a new function to achieve your goal. It's called "App-triggered VPN" and "Traffic filters". App-triggered VPN VPN profiles in Windows 10 can be configured to connect automatically on the launch of a specified set of applications. This feature was included in Windows 8.1 as "On demand VPN". The applications can be defined ...


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Here is my fifty cents for the case. Method 1: messing with libx264's arguments -c:v libx264 -x264opts keyint=GOPSIZE:min-keyint=GOPSIZE:scenecut=-1 Generate iframes only at the desired intervals. Example 1: ffmpeg -i test.mp4 -codec:v libx264 \ -r 23.976 \ -x264opts "keyint=48:min-keyint=48:no-scenecut" \ -c:a copy \ -y test_keyint_48.mp4 ...


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I solved it: rtmpdump.exe -r "rtmp://95.211.214.98:1935/vod?h=3kipfvn55tuzcg3h5eksbdvhzmsxwlhpsbk7m2ab3ybz34efqrdxpbba7ozq" -y "85/1612548173_n.flv?h=3kipfvn55tuzcg3h5eksbdvhzmsxwlhpsbk7m2ab3ybz34efqrdxpbba7ozq"


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What you're asking is done plenty of times by businesses and is a site-to-site VPN... which there are many tutorials available You don't need VPNs in both directions. One end will be the VPN server and the other will be the VPN client. The VPN equipment can be configured to "always enabled" which means the client device will always try to connect if the ...



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