Hello, I have been asked to research some info for my church about a better way to view our service videos on the web... Currently, we are using a company that designed and hosts our website. We ftp what we want on the website.... Currently, we put our WMV files (Most are around 115mb or so) onto the site.. Then the clients come and click on the link for the file and it opens in windows media player.... If you try to download it, it only downloads at about 12kbs to 20kbs on average no matter what ISP they have... I was wondering if it is a problem with the format of the video, or is it a problem with the people hosting our website not allowing enough bandwidth? I have heard about TFTP to do our videos on the web, Is that a viable option??? I was also charged to look for answers about Podcasting our services on iTunes... If anyone has any Ideas i would appeciate thier imput... I know how to setup the podcast in iTunes, it is the RSS feed that must be included that is fouling my brain up...
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