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Vidder is quite an innovative low-cost server-less video conference laptop/camera only solution using e2e v6 streaming of HD quality, see www.vidder.com

Cheers
latif

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Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on November 8, 2009 at 3:19am
More on the Vidder solution was presented by Junaid in a video on this link:
http://www.isoc.org.il/conf2009/lecturers.php?session_id=20&lec...
Comment by Bruce Sinclair on October 18, 2009 at 12:41pm
Looking forward to hearing from Junaid - Vidder looks very cool!
Comment by Latif Ladid on October 18, 2009 at 2:01am
gogo6 should indeed attract v6 apps developers. Jeroen has done a great job on SiXXs and we should make his work known. www.sixxs.net
Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on October 18, 2009 at 1:19am
I agree, being able to run IPv6 with IPv4 is important, and another example is gogoCLIENT with MHP - My Home Portal. Anyone can download this (from the Freenet6 link on this forum) and be able to remotely connect to cameras and file-servers, or music collections etc., as long as these devices are on the same LAN as their home PC, and the PC uses a public IPv6 address assigned by Freenet6. Vidder takes this a step further and focuses on video microcasting using IPv6.
Comment by Latif Ladid on October 18, 2009 at 12:50am
Junaid is the designer of this app to answer your questions
and yes to question 1, Free would be a great place to run it just because of their v6 savvy community, though you do not need an IPv6 infrastructure which one of the myths we should kill. You do not need an IPv6 infrastructure to run v6 apps. On the contrary, v6 apps should run over v4 so to be able to scale immediately. Vidder is the one example how to use v6 end to end and mobile v6 in a v4 infrastructure and do something you cannot do with v4.
Cheers
Latif
Comment by Ahmed Abu-Abed on October 18, 2009 at 12:26am
I think video multicasting can be the app that will give IPv6 the carrier and ISP attention it deserves !
For Vidder, and I just went over http://www.vidder.com/Vidder/partners/micro-web-server-technology/ , a few questions come to mind:
1. Does having an IPv6 infrastructure (say its being used on Free in France) help in its performance ? This can be an argument for encouraging ISPs to be IPv6 ready.
2. Since the casting service is on IPv6, where does the IPv6 terminate, on a 'dedicated server' or the user watching the video ? If the latter then I guess the user also needs an IPv6 address.
3. How can Vidder scale (hardware wise) when a microcast gathers lots of attention and there are thousands (or more) of people who like to watch ?
... this is a cool app, wish we can try it somehow.
Comment by gogo6 on October 17, 2009 at 5:10pm
How about a video?

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