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Hi hungvtst,

Depending on what kind of video you would like to "stream" (or transmit) there is a program called VLC Media Player you may download it for free. It will allow you to stream videos to many computers at once. Here's the guide on how to use VLC to start a Streaming Server.

That should put you in the right direction.

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