because China' bandwidth is not enough for clearly video,vakaka's video streaming now all lower than 500kbps.
James, if you are familiar with chinese p2p tv market do you know something about Sina UCLIVE(http://down1.tech.sina.com.cn/downl...000/36059.shtml)
I downloaded it but after I open the player once and then close it I cannot reopen it again.
Also, there is a new p2p tv called cboxtv (http://www.cboxtv.cn/) which is paid. Do you know what kind of channels they offer?
Also, do you know if teavea.com will launch there p2p player soon? It's been a long time since they started their project.
By the way james do you know and what can you tell us about the following:
I'd immagine it's easyer to you :)
about these p2p provider
Teavea as a p2p technology have released its' player with totolook,it is a bt player,user can download movie and playing,but need wait 10 minutes.
UClive is sina's p2p player,now in testing,maybe intergate with sina's video talk service ,uctalk.
http://www.hbol.net/ is a content provider,it corperate with many p2p platform.
cboxtv is taiwan-based,I do not know more about it.
Alma, I can tell you more about it:))))
The site you are asking about is VOD and is using SNS technology. I think I post about snsing a year ago or more if I remember right.
First SNS started like a chat similar to skype and some other and they had the p2p streaming tech integrated in the chat application. More about SNSing you can find at the official page http://www.snsing.com/frame_html/index.htm
Then they made a SNS standalone player using the same P2P streaming and they created the site MAXTV - http://maxtv.cn/
In order to watch P2P VOD(movies and other videos) you need to download and install the SNS player and have installed also Real Player. You can do find them here http://www.maxtv.cn/download.aspx
Basically it works this way: when you start watching a vod program in the SNS player it download the streaming file on your **** drive but not as a video file but as some kind of temp encrypted file( you cannot watch it with other player) Seems like just using some kind of BT technology. So, having this file on your drive you share it with all the other users who want to watch it. Sound like P2P right?:))
Thanks.I have been very cautious with it exactly for all the reasons you've just explained.I didn't like mainly the strange"encryption" or whatever similar they use.
Yes,it does sound like a p2p and I must admit that they have a lot of films and videos.(Good or bad ones...is another story! :D ).
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