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I think browsers usually don't have configurable buffer sizes for streaming. If you can get the video URL out of the browser, you could stream with mpv or something. mpv --cache-secs=15 http://example.org/video.mp4 mpv has several other cache-tuning options. As far as using a VPN: your ISP still sees the traffic. It just doesn't see that it's an HTTP ...


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In VLC you have an overlay feature among the out-of-the-box effects (Tools->Effects and Filters->Video Effects->Overlay). The overlay can be a logo, de-logo eraser, or text. You can run VLC centrally and restream the TV channel, or you can run it in a Linux settop box and control it centrally via its internal built-in web server, via telnet, or via the Lua ...



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