theorur 0.5.5-0ubuntu2 source package in Ubuntu


theorur (0.5.5-0ubuntu2) oneiric; urgency=low

  * Fix link order to list libraries after the objects that require them
    (LP: #832903).
 -- Colin Watson <email address hidden>   Sun, 11 Sep 2011 16:43:54 +0100

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theorur: simple tool for Ogg/Theora streaming written in GTK+2

 Graphical user interface written using GTK+2 for Ogg/Theora video and audio
 streaming over an Icecast2 system.
 Theorur allows you to:
  1) take a feed from your IEEE1394 DV port, or a DV channel/device on your DV
     network. You could feed analog video through the A/V input on a DV camera;
  2) use IceCast servers, so you can send to an Icecast receiver, or to a hired
     IcesCast server hoster;
  3) taylor it to your upload bandwidth capacity;
  4) stream from your DV Camera, Firewire Sound Mixing desk (there a only a
     few applications that work with firewire mixers in GNU/Linux) and firewire
     DVD players.