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There's website, allowing you to watch movies with other people. I want to do something similar, but I don't understand how a real-time movie transfer works, as I understand it?
Is it possible to transfer a movie from your server in the same way?

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The Okko backend is in Java. Real-time video streaming is just normal streaming. You can stream a movie from your server the same way, if a couple or three people watch it. If there are more movies and more people, your server will go down very quickly under load.
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Sergey Gornostaev Okay, I get it, for multicast you need a server with movies. Can I use a pirate aggregator-player with movies as a server ( not advertising )? I realize that my question is different from what I asked before, but still
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Urope I don't understand the question. What exactly do you want? Use your server as a provider of co-browsing functionality and the pirate resource as a data source?
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https://party.okko.tv/media/video.4bbe25c1.mp4 The same video is spinning, I think.
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Maxim Lensky Yes, the movies in the service, not the commercial on the landing page.
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Sergey Gornostaev ,
Real-time video transmission
that's what you said.
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Maxim Lensky What are you talking about? What does the link to the promo have to do with it?
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Urope It's complicated. You need at least 5 years of commercial experience in asynchronous networking software and data streaming.
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Sergey Gornostaev I want to write a service that will allow users to watch movies together, and the source will be this player aggregator.
I don't have it in my head how it should all work. I don't have access to the movies, then how do I interact with them and transfer them over the websocket?
I was told that you can send videos from YouTube to multiple clients via a websocket, but I don't understand how to do this without downloading the videos themselves.
In general, I have no idea in my head how all this should work
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