The VideoLAN MiniServer (vlms) is a streaming server that works with the VideoLAN Client. It can read MPEG or MPEG2 streams (from a DVD, a file, or an encoding card) and send them through the network to a remote host or to a broadcast/multicast IP address. It has no scripting support but can easily be integrated into shell scripts.
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Release Notes: In this release, VLMS now generates valid CRCs. Embedded A/52, DVD SPU and LPCM elementary streams now have a different stream type, to avoid a collision with streams coming from the American television which used to same numbers differently.
Release Notes: Support for MPEG1 files, and fixes for a lot of stream parsing bugs.
Release Notes: Initial release.