ChrisPC Media Streamer is a powerfull broadcast software application with a friendly and ergonomic user interface that allows you to stream your favorite TV shows and multimedia files to your friends through local networks and internet.
Sep 27, 2016 21:19:26
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
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ChrisTWEAK 2.95 ChrisTWEAK - Improve your TV experience, optimize your capture device settings.While using your favorite capture software or TV application, ChrisTWEAK lets you change any setting in the capture device driver in order to improve TV experience.
Description: ChrisPC Media Streamer is a powerfull broadcast software application with a friendly and ergonomic user interface that allows you to stream your favorite TV shows and multimedia files to your friends through local networks and internet.Your friends, colleagues and bussiness partners can connect using an internet address to watch the streams you broadcast, with any multimedia player software that works with DirectX and Windows Media Encoder. ChrisPC Media Streamer it is capable of handling & broadcasting up to 3 (three) distinct stream sources in parallel. One can use as stream sources to broadcast over the internet: a TV tuner card, a VIVO card, a webcam, a combocard (Graphic card+TV Tuner) or any other capture devices supported by Windows and also any multimedia file you have on your computer. Using the software you will have full control over the settings of your capture devices while broadcasting, possible by integrating some core features of the well known ChrisTV PVR application.
Change Info: Version 1.80 - Improved support for Windows 8.1. Optimized broadcasting settings for some video file formats. Improved support for some capture devices without a TV tuner. Other small fixes and improvements.
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