NSV encoding priority
Windows has a designated priority system which allows the computer to
determine which applications receive greater access to the required system resources.
set NSV encoding as a high priority application within Windows, due to the fact that
video encoding requires greater access to computer resources. Without
setting NSV encoding as a high priority in windows, the video encoding will require more time.
Multiple NSV ActiveX player placement on web pages
To allow multiple NSV ActiveX players to be set up on one webpage, use html
tables. Put each individual ActiveX NSV player within its own separate
table on the webpage.
NSV Website links
Create a PLS file and place the NSV url link in the playlist.
You then need to create a link to the PLS file from the website.
NSV ActiveX Error
Use this as the last line of code in the ActiveX player code to notify
users that ActiveX doesn't load and to change browsers or install the Netscape
<param name="Bandwidth" value>Your browser does not support this
ActiveX player. Please use IE.</OBJECT>
Save NSV stream to file while broadcasting
Use the following command line options to save NSV streams to a file while broadcasting live : usage: nsvenc [/options] [input_file.ext|cap:[vd,[ad]]|vfwcap:[vd]] [out.nsv|sc:host:Port:headers.txt[+out.nsv]]]
NSV URL The syntax for a NSV stream URL is different from a audio stream URL. Without any
modification to the URL, Winamp will not be able to determine that the stream is a NSV file
and not a audio stream.
The syntax for a NSV stream URL is :
http://your_ip:8000/;file.nsv. The ";" is not a typo.
Firefox web browser
Firefox web browser users can install the
Netscape XPI plugin to view VP3 / MP3 NSV streams.