16:9 interlaced qCIF (180 pixel width, 1/4 of standard PAL)
90 Kbps ov video wrapped in an mpeg4 media base format (MBFF, ISO 14496-16, overall 180 Kbps) and stream as TS proxed by Apache.
The audio is a AAC VBR which bitrate spans from 90 to about 180 Kbps. Despite of this bitrate wasting, the result to my hears is not good enough.
In order to test the streaming capability, I've used a small portion (about 600 seconds) of the movie Home
realised by Yann Arthus Bertrand in 2009, copyright Europa Corp, publicly viewable on many web sites.
I've added a specific page with all the disclaimer and additional informations.
The video here embedded is heavy compressed and has two further level of information reduction: the interlacing (a field, half image every 1/50 of second instead of progressive
and the usage one quarter horizontal resolution. In the mid 90ies we used to call half-D1 the half horizontal resolution PAL encodings,
with a Pixel Aspect Ratio of 2:3 (the horizontal double of the PAR standard 4:3) in order to obtain the Display Aspect Ratio of 16:9 despite the number of horizontal pixel have been halved.