I only own a desktop (no laptops ou tablets, or anything like that).
Because, well, i have no need for more than a desktop.
So, i built a decent (when it was new) machine, which i believed it was enough to stream itself.
My upwards bandwidth is 1.5mbits (and 15mbits of downstream).
So, i guess i'm screwed.. lol.
> First I can think of a webcam.
> For a live feed you will be constrained by your upload bandwidth anyway,
> so the loss of image with a cam shouldn't be too much of a problem?
> Alternatively, with a bit more hardware, you could output a video signal from
> your first PC (a clone of the main display),
> and capture the video on a second PC. Slightly more expensive but will give you
> better image quality.
> It's not necessarily expensive if you already have some old hardware lying
> The second PC doesn't need to be very powerful in fact.
> It only needs to have decent capture hardware and a good upload bandwidth.
> If you don't have a webcam, it should be possible to get a digital camera
> running as one (controlled from the PC).
> [download a life]