I think wedding dates are awesome, but I’m so excited that my wife and I are getting married in June. My buddy mike and dave need to get their schedules streaming so we can make sure we are making the most of this magical day.
Like all things related to time, streaming dates is more involved than you’d think, and it’s something that needs to be done outside the bounds of your normal internet connection. This is why we’ve teamed up with Streamr, the world’s leading streaming service, to stream all of these dates. We’ve also added a couple of our own streams for you to check out, including one by mike and two by dave.
We want our streams to be the same, for instance our streams for mike and dave would be the same as ours, but if you want a stream for any other date, contact us and we will add it to our streaming list.
If you are streaming dates on our service, you will still have to be connected to a good internet connection to stream them. Streamr offers a few different ways you can stream your dates. You can stream them over your phone, tablet or laptop, or over your desktop. Streamr also offers a web interface for streaming on your computer.
Streamr has a pretty good list of streaming options.
Streamr’s web version of streaming lets you stream to any web browser with an internet connection. This is great for watching on your phone or on your computer, but you will need a good internet connection to stream to the desktop version. Streamr’s desktop website is still a work in progress, so the web version of streaming is the only option we have for streaming here at the moment. It just means that you will have to download your stream onto your computer before you can watch it.
This is still a work in progress, but at the moment it is pretty solid. Streamrs website allows you to watch your stream while you are on the move and/or at work. For now though, the desktop version only supports streaming to a computer.
The main problem with streaming is that the stream doesn’t play on your computer’s default browser. It uses Flash, a plugin that allows things like streaming to the web, and can be disabled completely by right-clicking the stream.
The solution to this is simple. Flash is just a plug-in for Windows, and you can either disable it in Windows or just use a different browser (or even a different browser with a different Flash plugin installed). Right-clicking a stream and selecting “Unblock” will let you stream in the default browser.
I just checked, and yeah, it does work.