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Eek the cat streaming video is a fun way to entertain and amuse friends and family. You’re probably thinking about how to build a streaming box and I’ve got a couple of suggestions.

The first suggestion is to use a Windows machine. This is the easiest and quickest of the solutions. It will work as a live stream, you can record it and it’s great for the kids. I built one of these last summer to record my grandkids. This would be easy to do with a Raspberry Pi.

The second suggestion is the streaming box from Roku. This will work if you have a fast internet connection but there’s always the chance that it will not work at all.

Here are my choices for each of the three above suggestions:

1. Streaming Box – Windows Machine

The first thing I did was look at the specs of the machines. I looked at what kind of processor they have, memory, and hard drive space. I want to keep costs down so I picked machines with Intel Celeron CPUs, 1 GB of RAM and 20 GB hard drive space. The other option would be to choose machines with an Intel Core processor and have as much as 4 GB of RAM.

I went to Amazon and found three good machines at a reasonable price. Here they are:

2. Roku Streaming Box

Here are my choices for Roku. I wanted to buy the 32 GB model but it was out of stock. I ordered the 16 GB version instead. The 16 GB version is the same size and has the same specs as the 32 GB version. The big difference is the storage. If you can get it to stream video and use a large hard drive, this is a good choice.

Here is a link to the Roku Streaming Boxes

3. Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is another easy solution for a streaming box. It’s a small single board computer with a ARM processor. I looked at a couple of the models and decided on the version with 512 MB of memory.

Here is a link to the Raspberry Pi

The specs for each of the three streaming boxes are as follows:

1. Windows Machine – Intel Celeron CPU, 1 GB of RAM, 20 GB of hard drive space

2. Roku Streaming Box – 32 GB model, 16 GB model

3. Raspberry Pi – 512 MB of RAM

With a Windows machine you have a lot of options. It will take you some time to get the software and build it but it’s not too difficult. It will also run on any version of Windows and you can record with it and even use it to watch videos.

The biggest downside with the Windows machine is that it needs to be connected to the internet to work.

The Roku streaming box and Raspberry Pi can stream without being connected to the internet. The Raspberry Pi will stream Netflix, Youtube and Vimeo. I believe the Roku streaming box can stream all these services but you need a Netflix subscription. It can also stream games like Minecraft. The Raspberry Pi can stream some games like World of Warcraft but it can be a bit of a challenge.

There is a small downside to using the Roku streaming box and that is you can’t record it. It streams live but it won’t record. There are some work arounds that can be done to record but it would be much easier to use the Windows machine.

I found a list of apps that you can install on the Roku streaming box that will record. Here’s the list:

VLC Player

Plex

Plex Plus

Plex Pass

Plex Cloud

Plex Sync

Plex Mobile App

Plex Connect

Plex Connect App

Plex Media Server

The Raspberry Pi works great for recording because it has a built in micro SD card reader. The downside is that you can’t play games on it and you can’t stream. You can download Plex and use it but I think this is too much work for the fun of streaming. I prefer using the Windows machine because you can stream and record and it’s easier to use.

Here are my thoughts on what you can stream and record with these three options:

1. Windows Machine – Intel Celeron CPU, 1 GB of RAM, 20 GB of hard drive space

2. Roku Streaming Box – 32 GB model, 16 GB model

3. Raspberry Pi – 512 MB of RAM

It’s a toss up for me. If I had a choice I would probably go with a Windows machine. You can install all the apps on this machine that you need and you can record if you want. If you want a Roku streaming box that will stream for free then you should get the 32 GB model.

If you want to record videos and watch them later then you should get the Raspberry Pi. It’s easy to set up and record with. The downside is that you can’t use it as a streaming box. If I had to pick one of the three I would say the Roku streaming box.

4. Stream Your Own Video Feed Using Your Android or Apple Device

There are some people out there who have their own streaming server and that is a good way to do it. The downside is that it takes a bit of work to set it up and you need a fast internet connection. The Roku Streaming Box can stream without being connected to the internet. That’s a big plus. The other plus is that the Roku Streaming Box doesn’t need to be connected to your phone or tablet.

Here are some links for the Roku Streaming Box:

I have another list of apps that you can install on the Roku streaming box that will stream from a remote device. Here they are:

VLC Player

Plex

Plex Plus

Plex Pass

Plex Cloud

Plex Sync

Plex Mobile App

Plex Connect

Plex Connect App

Plex Media Server

Plex Media Server 2.0

Plex Live

Plex Live 2.0

Plex Live App


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