Does anybody have suggestions for high quality video streaming over ethernet? I have used DVTS in the past to send a raw DV stream (30Mbps) over ethernet to another computer, which outputs the video via Firewire to a converter box & from there it goes onto the TV. Unfortunately, DVTS was pretty much abandoned in terms of development a few years ago, and I wasn't able to get it to work with a Mac today (and haven't been successful at installing it on a linux box).
I'm trying VLC's streaming feature right now at a high enough bitrate (6 Mbps), but I'm wondering if there are any other good solutions. VLC tends to crash occasionally on the broadcasting end or just stops on the receiving end, so I'm wondering if anybody has done something similar in the past. With VLC, the video output will be fullscreened on a separate video card's output, which works fine. Is there any other software that work like VLC's streaming feature, and can take firewire DV video as an input (directly from a camera)?