Originally Posted by UnknownAX
So, how's that crack? Keeping you and your company coming up with ridiculous ideas? Good to hear.
I keep coming back here hoping that maybe someone's decided to reconsider the absolutely ludicrous pricing, but it's apparently not even being considered? That's silly.
And this e-mail I got earlier is just hilarious:
This is an automatic message from the Mogulus streaming servers:
The bitrate of the stream *** you are publishing on the channel *** is too high.
The maximum bitrate of your streams is 500 Kbps, but your stream is being published at 628 Kbps.
So, I can't even stream now unless I reduce my quality to piss-poor? Really?
You're actually a bit wrong here. It'll eat their CPU and other resources, but a proper computer is cooled with fans (or water cooling). If parts die just because of Flash eating up lots of resources, something is seriously wrong with your computer. Secondly, most ISPs don't offer speeds fast enough to watch that many live streams at once. They'd all just lag, and while it'd certainly eat up lots of bandwidth, I imagine it would take a longer period before one would run out of it. Though, any good ISP these days provides unlimited bandwidth, but in some backwards countries (like Australia) they still get away with capping the 'net.
It will lower the life of the parts, and open a bunch and use a bandwidth monitor and watch it go, you'll be surprised, but then again this isn't a topic to debate how to get more views etc.
Hopefully Mogulus will maybe announce something when the grace period is over.