Yes, no more crappy alphas, this bitch has gone beta.
Download here (1.13mb)
. If the download doesn't work, a mirror should be up soon, check the replies.
How to use
1.) On left side, navigate to your NSVs, click the down arrow on the left to add it as a normal video or click the down arrow on the right to add is it as an advertisement/promo. If you're using the ad/promo feature, enabled it with the checkbox and enter how many videos should play between ads/promos.
2.) Enter the server information on the right. MAKE SURE THE BITRATE IS CORRECT. The sourcing of the video relies on this value, so make it as close as possible.
3.) Click Start Stream and let it go on its way. I recommend tuning in from time to time and watching for a few minutes. If you find that it is buffering a lot and you know its not the connection between you and the server, then click the Speed Up button a few times (2-3 times, wait a minute and see if it stops, repeat). If you find that the video skips ahead every now and then, then click the Slow Down button a few times.
When you have the stream running, go to http://localhost
in your browser. If the serving portion is running correctly, you should see the ActiveX player playing your stream. The box below allows messages to be sent to nsvgui. (remember: to others, give them http://yourip,
a redirect service such as www.no-ip.com
can help with this). If you find that others can't connect to your port 80 (some ISPs block this), uncheck the Web serving box in nsvgui, change the port, then check it again.
I eventually want to add a remote control to the web part so that you may modify the stream from a remote location. I also am trying to work in a feature where viewers can download some clips. Look for these and more soon.
Please post any questions/comments/bugs/rants about nsvgui7 so I can glorify nsvgui7 with them