I've set up a streaming video system for an organization, but I'm not sure what level of compression to use for the video. Sadly, they use Windows, so I'm using WMP Encoder, but that's irrelevant to my question. They are using a DSL line that has 768Kb/s upload speed, which is pretty good. At most, I expect 30 users to be accessing the stream, and thats like once a year maybe. Usually there might be a few people watching it. So, my question in a nutshell, is what level of compression should I use for the video so it won't exceed the upload bandwidth. I'm currently compressing the video at 180 Kb/s, and it's at an acceptable video quality. I just don't know how the video compression and upload speed correlate. I think there's more to it than dividing the upload bandwidth by the compression level to figure out how many users we can accomodate. Anyone have any experience with this?