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Last but not least I was able to create my own rc script for automated startup



Create the Following file:

make it executable


And of course the rc.conf file, where your have to add the following line


And after that you are able to start and stop AirVideo Service with the following Command:

(unfortunately there is currently no status polling available as i have no idea of letting openjdk create a valid PID file.)
(and the pidfile= value doesn't work as it doesn't put in the correct value of the Java process)


Maybe someone could help me with the following warning message


Probably because I put all necessary Arguments in the command argument?


All in all I can say IT IS ALIVE...

Thanks for all your Help, an good bye
[EDIT] some typos in the source (my text could keep its spelling mistakes)
+1

Great Work!!!

I did not read every page on this Thread, but is there also a Mac Client?
(I'd help, testing )

Greeting from Graz
Hi
As a little Thank you I'd like to share my config and way how I managed to run an AirVideoServer service on FreeBSD 9.x

My Config in short:





I Mixed the tutorial from "4mat " and "lebennebel" to come up with the following which worked for me.

0) created an ffmpeg dir and an AirVideo Dir for downloading ffmped and the AirVideoServer Java File (AirVideoServer Download Link http://www.inmethod.com/forum/posts/list/1856.page)
1) Downloaded ffmpeg from http://www.inmethod.com/air-video/licenses.html (2.4.5 b7 -> http://www.inmethod.com/air-video/download/ffmpeg-for-2.4.5-beta7.tar.bz2) into ffmpeg
2) As there are currently no binary packages within FreeBSD 9.1 i have had to install everything from Source.
2.1) faad2

(everything default)
2.2) x264

2.3) mpeg4ip

2.4) git (could not figure out what for but, anyway)

3) java 6 (openjdk6) (havent tried 7 yet)

4)compiling the custom ffmpeg with the following options

The prefix option seems to be the install path (i am no hardcore developer so please excuse some mistakes)
This path if important for the config file as you could see in the next step.
5) generate a test.properties with the following entries

6) Start AirVideoServer

6.1) run it in a Screen session (if screen is installed)



btw
it is generating a pretty high load with an 1080p HD movie


EDIT:
At last my avahi config (WORKING)


greetings from graz(AT)
have you tried it by yourself as well?

i have to confess that i lost track on this projekt. especialy when i lost my iphone...

Now i have a Windows Phone 7 and would also be interessted if airvideo could run on such device.

But i will try the postet "solution" today (i hope i will...)
This would be nice if you could try that for us and report that it is working propperly.

I am replacing my old server in the next two weeks (depending on my free time), and it would help me a lot.

greetings from Austria
|)aywalker
Linux version?

Where can I find this version?
And is it compatible to freenas?

Is there a web interface for configuring the setting?
I love Airvideo so much, but there are some things missing.

For example an Airvideo Service for FreeBSD/FreeNAS, or maybe the function of transcoding fpr PS3 and XBox. This could make AirVideo an even more important Product on the home entertainment market.
(make it DLNA/UPnP compliant? Just as a bonus feature. Disabled by default, to minimize problems)

It could also be possible to get connected to Android phones or tablets.

How about an information button with all the traffic information? Could be very informative for 3G Users, or technical geeks, and shouldn't be a big deal...

Just some small ideas

greetings from Austria
|)aywalker

EDIT:
SRY i took the wrong category
 
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