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Aplikasi Video Streaming Pada Wireless Ad Hoc Network Berbasis Free Open Source Software
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|Agus Wagyana1, Linna Oktaviana Sari2 Jurusan |
|Teknik Elektro, Politeknik Negeri Jakarta, Universitas Indonesia1,2 |
|Kampus Baru Universitas Indonesia Depok, 16425 |
|E-mail : awagyana@gmail.com1, linna_vivi@yahoo.com2 |

Abstract— This web-based video streaming application was developed based-on Vidiscript v0.43 (a free Youtube Clone Script) and installed on lecturer 's laptop as a video streaming server (with free open source Linux Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala operating system). This video streaming application can be accessed by students (using an Internet Browser on his/her Linux Ubuntu or Windows XP laptop) through a wireless ad hoc network (without a support by an access point). Vidiscript installation on Linux Ubuntu 9.10 need additional support from some free open source software, such as LAMP Server (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP), ioncube loader for linux, encoder (transcoder) FFMPEG, MEncoder, and LAME. The site settings and account management of this application can be setup by the admin server (lecturer) so it can help and support a multimedia-based class activity. A lecture can upload some lecture video files and manage right access for his/her students. As a client, a student can see a streaming video and upload some video file (register student) to be shared by others.

Key word—Video Streaming Application, Vidiscript, Wireless Ad Hoc Network.



Links: 2] Austerberry, David. The Technology of Video and Audio Streaming Second Edition. 2005. Elsevier. 3] IEEE, IEEE 802.11, “Wireless LAN medium access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications”, 1999.

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