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Streaming media is a process of constant receiving of multimedia delivered by a (content) provider and simultaneous presenting to an end-user. For streaming video use the tag streaming-video.

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Have a look at the example script in the "recording to a network stream" recipe in the picamera docs. The script at the end of that section listens on a network port and only starts recording video wh …
answered Jul 15 '14 by Dave Jones
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I can't say I know anything about Spotify so I'll leave that part for someone else. For streaming audio to an Internet radio you'll need a DLNA server (most "Internet capable" radios that I'm aware … (Internet radios, PS3s, XBMC installations, BubbleUPNP on Android, etc. etc.) but it might take a few minutes for media to appear under the source. MediaTomb has to index stuff before it makes it available for streaming, hence the delay. …
answered Aug 3 '14 by Dave Jones
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take a look at the image streaming recipes in the picamera library. Unlike mjpeg_streamer and gstreamer it'll involve doing a bit of Python coding, but you'll get complete control over the protocol …
answered Aug 3 '14 by Dave Jones