i want to know how to make a shoutcast server for the game Wolfenstein enemy territory i have a server P4 1Go ram with 10Mo bandwidth then i think i can make it but how does it work someone say me that s with shoutcast but how ?
EDIT : then it s game streaming or i dont know there is an option in the game wolfenstein enemy territory to make shoutcaster the all player who connect to a shoutcast server (they connect to this server like in the game) and they can see evrything in the match they can change the view of players or be a free spectator i do know if you know ETTV or HLTV but its that but HLTV seems to be just for Counter strike and i don t know how work ETTV that s my question
The easiest way I can think of would involve two pcs. One would be in the game in spectator mode, with a video card that supports video out. The next pc would have a video capture card, and be connected to the other pc's video out. The one with the capture card would then capture the video in NSVCAP and send it to a shoutcast server.
An in-depth step by step guide for newbies, coming soon.
no when there is ETTV there is 150 slot open to see the match and the image is not slow but i m sure there is a way cause in the game you can allow shoutcaster ! and the admin (of ETTV) say me to comme here to how to do..
Number or ways to go about doing it.
What is 10 Mo Bandwidth?
Thats the first concern, This takes alot of bandwidth.
I attempted a number of methods
2-3 computers works best, one as your capture machine and one as the gaming machine.
Depending on the gaming machine setup you may or maynot have Tv out.
If you have tv out i would suggest running dualview sending the output to the capture box with a tv card or something.
The other method would be to use a screen capture program like camtasia or something, but that would require the nsv cap be located on the gaming machine as well.
The best method i found using one pc (+server) was to loop the Tv out to the Tv in can send it out with nsvcap. Camtasia killed framerates.
It worked fairly well actually, i dumbed down the resolution for better fps, i mean your not going to stream a 1024x768 feed :P
As long as the game box isnt doing everything it can work really well.