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  • Yüzbaşı
    424 Mesaj
    merhaba arkadaşlar. bir konuda yardımınıza ihtiyacım var :

    bildiğiniz üzre büyük video dosyalarının tamamını bazen download edriz ve bakarsınız ki dosya adı ile içeriği birbirini tutmaz. bazı sitelerde dosyanın tamamını indirmeden indirildiği kadarını doğruda izlemeye müsaade eden hatta çok hızlı bir internet bağlantısı varsa doğrudan sunucu üzerinden webden izlemeye imkan tanıyan hizmetler var.

    amacım bu şekilde videoları izlemeye müsade eden bir site yapmak.

    böyle bir hizmetin windows server 2003'te olduğuna dair duyumlar aldım ancak bu işletim sistemini henüz kurup deneyemedim. gerekirse onu da kuracağım.

    bilgisi olan var mı ?

    ilginize teşekkür ederim...



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  • Yüzbaşı
    804 Mesaj
    duyumların doğru arkadaşım.
    "Streaming Media" Akışkan medya olarak geçiyor.
    Windows 2003 'te de bu destek var. Aşağıdaki link sana ilk yola çıkış noktası olabilir. Bana sorarsan bu konuda bilgim yok.

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/serverroles/streamingmediaserver/default.mspx

    Bu da 2003'ün help file ının içinden aldığım yaz. Streaming Media Server kurlumunu ayarlarını ve kaldırılımasını anlatıyor.. Umarım yardımcı olur.

    Before you begin
    Before you configure your computer as a streaming media server, verify whether or not:

    The operating system is configured correctly. In the Windows Server 2003 family, Windows Media Services depends on the appropriate configuration of the operating system and its services. If you have a new installation of a Windows Server 2003 operating system, you can use the default service settings. No further action is required. If you upgraded to a Windows Server 2003 operating system, or if you want to confirm that your services are configured correctly for best performance and security, then verify your service settings using the table in Default settings for services.
    All existing disk volumes use the NTFS file system. FAT32 volumes are not secure, and they do not support file and folder compression, disk quotas, file encryption, or individual file permissions.

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    Configuring your streaming media server
    To configure a streaming media server, start the Configure Your Server Wizard by doing either of the following:

    From Manage Your Server, click Add or remove a role. By default, Manage Your Server starts automatically when you log on. To open Manage Your Server, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Manage Your Server.
    To open the Configure Your Server Wizard, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Configure Your Server Wizard.
    On the Server Role page, click Streaming media server, and then click Next.

    This section covers:

    Summary of Selections

    Completing the Configure Your Server Wizard

    Completing the streaming media server role configuration

    Removing the streaming media server role

    Summary of Selections
    On the Summary of Selections page, view and confirm the options that you have selected. If you selected Streaming media server on Server Role page, the following appears:

    Install Windows Media Services
    To apply the selections shown on the Summary of Selections page, click Next. After you click Next, the Configuring Components page of the Windows Components Wizard appears, and then closes automatically. You cannot click Back or Next on this page.

    After you click Next on the Summary of Selections page, the Configure Your Server Wizard installs Windows Media Services. Unlike many other services, Windows Media Services installs without any input from the administrator.

    Completing the Configure Your Server Wizard
    After the components are configured, the Configure Your Server Wizard displays the This Server is Now a Streaming Media Server page. To review all of the changes made to your server by the Configure Your Server Wizard or to ensure that a new role was installed successfully, click Configure Your Server log. The Configure Your Server Wizard log is located at systemroot\Debug\Configure Your Server.log. To close the Configure Your Server Wizard, click Finish.

    Completing the streaming media server role configuration
    After you complete the Configure Your Server Wizard, the computer is ready for use as a basic streaming media server that can provide content to clients and to other streaming media servers. Additional configuration is usually required, and the specific steps depend on your requirements. This section explains the basic decisions you must make in order to configure the streaming media server.

    Note

    If you have installed Windows Media Services on this computer, you can view Windows Media Services Help. To open Windows Media Services Help, click Start, click Run, and then type hh wmserver.chm.
    The streaming media server role supports many scenarios, which Windows Media Services Help describes in detail. For more information, see Scenarios in Windows Media Services Help. Most scenarios require you to reconfigure an existing publishing point or create a new one. You need to make one decision, and possibly two, and the results determine which of the three main publishing point configurations you should use. The following table shows how the decisions relate to configurations.

    If you And you want to use Use this publishing point configuration
    Want clients to control playback One server connection per client On-demand, unicast
    Do not want clients to control playback One server connection per client Unicast broadcast
    Do not want clients to control playback One server connection, shared by all clients Multicast broadcast

    Control of playback
    Control of playback means that the client should be able to start, stop, pause, rewind, and fast-forward. With on-demand, unicast, the client controls playback, and the user experience is similar to playing a movie from a VCR or a DVD player. This type of playback requires an on-demand publishing point. An on-demand publishing point distributes pre-recorded content, such as audio and video files. When you add the streaming media server role, the wizard creates an on-demand publishing point named <Default>. You can distribute your media files at this publishing point, or you can create a publishing point. The configuration steps for an on-demand publishing point are similar to those presented in Stream Windows Media files on-demand in Windows Media Services Help. If you choose to use an on-demand publishing point, you must use unicast delivery.

    If the client does not control playback, the user experience is similar to viewing a television program. This type of playback requires a broadcast publishing point. This type of publishing point distributes pre-recorded and live content. When you add the streaming media server role, the wizard creates a broadcast publishing point named Sample_Broadcast that contains sample content. You should leave this sample intact and create a new broadcast publishing point. If you choose to create a broadcast publishing point, see Server connections.

    For more information about on-demand and broadcast publishing point types, see About publishing point types in Windows Media Services Help.

    Server connections
    With unicast broadcast, the server creates a separate connection to each client. As a result, unicast delivery can consume a large amount of network bandwidth. For example, delivering the same content to 100 clients simultaneously consumes 100 times as much network bandwidth as delivering the content to one client. However, unicast delivery does not require any configuration of network routers and switches. The steps to configure a publishing point this way are similar to those presented in Use your server to publish live content from Windows Media Encoder in Windows Media Services Help. For more information about unicast delivery, see Delivering content as a unicast stream in Windows Media Services Help.

    With multicast broadcast, the server does not create a connection to any client. Instead, the server delivers the content to a Class D Internet Protocol (IP) address on the network, and any client on the network can receive it. This conserves network bandwidth. For example, a multicast delivery to 100 clients consumes only as much bandwidth as delivery to one client. However, many networks by default do not support multicast delivery. To support multicast delivery, the network routers and switches between the server and the clients must be configured to transmit Class D IP addresses and interpret multicast information packets. The steps to configure a publishing point this way are similar to those presented in Use your server to broadcast a stream published by Windows Media Encoder in Windows Media Services Help. For more information about multicast delivery, see Delivering content as a multicast stream in Windows Media Services Help.

    Removing the streaming media server role
    If you need to reconfigure your server for a different role, you can remove existing server roles. If you remove the streaming media server role, clients will no longer be able to connect to the publishing points of this server, and encoders will no longer be able to send media streams through the server. All content stored or distributed only on this server will become unavailable.

    To remove the streaming media server role, restart the Configure Your Server Wizard by doing either of the following:

    From Manage Your Server, click Add or remove a role. By default, Manage Your Server starts automatically when you log on. To open Manage Your Server, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Manage Your Server.
    To open the Configure Your Server Wizard, click Start, click Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Configure Your Server Wizard.
    On the Server Role page, click Streaming media server, and then click Next. On the Role Removal Confirmation page, review the items listed under Summary, select the Remove the streaming media server role check box, and then click Next. After you click Next, the Configuring Components page of the Windows Components Wizard appears, and then closes automatically. You cannot click Back or Next on this page. On the Streaming Media Server Role Removed page, click Finish.


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    Next steps: Completing additional tasks
    Up to this point, you have installed Windows Media Services. The installation added Windows Media Services to your server, installed the Help files, and created two publishing points that contain sample content.

    The following table lists some of the additional tasks that you might want to perform on your streaming media server.

    Tasks Purpose of task Reference
    Configure security options. To control access to the streaming media server and its content. Configuring security options in Windows Media Services Help
    Take the tour. To become more familiar with Windows Media Services capabilities. Click Start, click Run, and then type %systemroot%\system32\windows media\server\admin\mmc\hta\tour_.hta
    Review streaming media terms and concepts. To become more familiar with streaming media concepts such as unicast and multicast, on-demand and broadcast, archiving, publishing points, and announcing content. Understanding terminology in Windows Media Services Help
    Determine how many streaming media servers you need. To plan ahead for the number of servers you need to install. Setting up a streaming media system, Planning your capacity in Windows Media Services Help
    Identify port conflicts. To prevent problems when Windows Media Services attempts to use the same TCP port as a Web server. Using HTTP streaming and other services on the same computer in Windows Media Services Help
    Review instructions for upgrading an earlier version of Windows Media Services. To ensure that you understand how to upgrade other servers running earlier versions of Windows Media Services. Upgrading Windows Media Services in Windows Media Services Help
    Enable the Windows Audio service. The Windows Audio service is disabled by default on a new installation of Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition, or Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition. This does not prevent the server from streaming audio to clients, but you should enable audio in order to test content playback on the server. To enable or disable a service for a hardware profile
    Start the Windows Media Services management interface. To configure your streaming media server. Click Start, click Run, and then type %systemroot%\system32\windows media\server\admin\mmc\wmsadmin.msc
    Manage your streaming media server. To configure your streaming media server to stream content over an intranet or the Internet. Before you begin streaming content, you must configure settings for your server running Windows Media Services, add and configure publishing points, and set up your content. Managing your Windows Media server in Windows Media Services Help
    Log data and events. To record the activity of the clients that connect to your content. Logging data and events in Windows Media Services Help
    Manage and produce content. Content management methods and priorities will differ from one project to another based on a variety of factors, such as audience demographics, content type, available equipment, and deployer experience. Content management and production in Windows Media Services Help
    Decide how to obtain content from the Windows Media Encoder. To determine whether to configure the encoder to push a stream to the server, or to configure the server to pull a stream from the encoder. Sourcing from an encoder in Windows Media Services Help
    Implement a cache/proxy system. To store the most recently streamed content for use by other clients seeking the same material. During live broadcasts, cache/proxy servers can perform a task called stream splitting which allows many unicast clients to receive content while only a single stream is sent from the origin server. Implementing a cache/proxy system in Windows Media Services Help



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