Apple has released a multi-country update for QuickTime Streaming Server, bringing it up to version 3.0.1.

This adds skip-protection, Web-based administration, improved authentication and more robust broadcasting support.

Skip Protection is designed to offer better protection for streaming data packets over the Internet. It means better quality streaming content, even over congested IP connections, claims Apple. The company also says configuring the Server is easier, due to the addition of a Web-based interface that lets administrators monitor and configure a streaming server remotely over the Web.

Version 3.0.1 can also receive broadcast signals over TCP/IP and supports systematic announcements of broadcasts. It works with the latest version of OS X Server and a minimum of a G3 processor. Apple recommends users install at least 512MB of RAM.
Apple has released a multi-country update for QuickTime Streaming Server, bringing it up to version 3.0.1.

This adds skip-protection, Web-based administration, improved authentication and more robust broadcasting support.

Skip Protection is designed to offer better protection for streaming data packets over the Internet. It means better quality streaming content, even over congested IP connections, claims Apple. The company also says configuring the Server is easier, due to the addition of a Web-based interface that lets administrators monitor and configure a streaming server remotely over the Web.

Version 3.0.1 can also receive broadcast signals over TCP/IP and supports systematic announcements of broadcasts. It works with the latest version of OS X Server and a minimum of a G3 processor. Apple recommends users install at least 512MB of RAM.