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[IPS] IP.Content Live Streams

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:58 PM

<p class='bbc_center'><span style='color: #ff8c00'><span style='font-size: 18px;'>IP.C Live Streams</span></span></p><br />  <br /> <br />This IP.Content system will allow you to create your very own Live Stream system that's sexier then most of the competition out there today. It utilizes some of IP.Content's built-in features, such as the Databases,<br />Page Templates and the Database Templates as well as IPB's Permission/Moderation systems.  <br /> <br />This allows the Live Stream System to be robust for the end user by not keeping it tied down by a hard coded database or page for example. This means that adding<br />fields to the database can be done right through IP.C Database's without any code knowledge and can provide instant results to the specified page making a lot of  maintenance a cinch.  <br /> <br />What this system does is allow anyone you specify based on permissions to submit their own Streams that are currently supported. Right now this system supportsTwitch.TV and Justin.TV and others may be added in the near future. The user will submit their channel name and any additional fields that an admin might add which is then parsed and displayed in the Stream Listing.  <br /> <br />From there, various information is collected from that channel's source through the API(s) and output for display on the page. The user can then click on any of the submitted streams to be<br />taken to the Stream's Display which contains the video feed. From this screen, users will be able to Like, Subscribe, Rate, Comment, and Moderate as well as choose to be taken to the actual channel, dim<br />everything around the video for easier viewing and even toggle the embedded chat stream for that channel.<br /><br /> <br /> <br /><p class='bbc_center'> </p><p class='bbc_center'><span style='color: #ff8c00'><span style='font-size: 18px;'>Features</span></span></p> <ul class='bbc'><li>Add/View Streams from Twitch.TV/Justin.TV</li><li>View a listing of the user submitted Streams via Online/Offline Status, Preview, Channel Name, Game Name & Viewers.</li><li>Sorting via Channel Name, Game Name and Viewer Count.</li><li>Support for additional fields via simply adding/editing/deleting fields from the IP.C Database Ex. "About Stream included"</li><li>User/Moderator Permission sets</li><li>"Feature" Streams</li><li> Dim,<br />Like, Follow, Rate, Comment and even Toggle the Streams embedded chat<br />as well as an option to view the stream on the official website.</li><li>Moderation through the Stream display or ACP/MCP, Hide, Delete, Pin, Lock, Edit</li><li>Takes use of IPB's Global Styling so theoretically supports any properly skinned theme.</li><li>And moreā€¦.</li></ul> <br /><p class='bbc_center'><span style='color: #ff8c00'><span style='font-size: 18px;'>Installation</span></span></p><p class='bbc_center'> </p><span style='font-size: 18px;'><span style='font-size: 12px;'>The installation instructions can be found on my website</span></span> and in the readme_installation txt document included in the package.<br /> 

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