This page shows you how to stream video to High Fidelity using Screenleap.
Screenleap is an external service for Windows that allows you to share your whole screen, an application window, or a screen section to the rest of the world. We use it because it WORKS with High Fidelity’s current web entity system, which is otherwise very fickle. With Screenleap, everyone sees the same exact video image in sync, no matter how late they come into the domain. Latency is typically less than milliseconds.
Screenleap does not stream audio. Follow the instructions here to stream audio in High Fidelity.
+If your Screenleap video rate is too low, it may be that the bandwidth is unable to keep up with the video. To fix this, you can scale down your video player to be a small window, and then make the Broadcast Screen Area box small to only accommodate that area. This will cut down reduce the necessary bandwith and increase frame rate. The tradeoff is lower resolution video. +If your Screenleap video resolution is too low, increase the size of your video player window. This will require more bandwidth, and may cause your video to have lower frame rate.