16:9 interlaced PAL proxed by Apache 750 Kbps (overall 873 Kbps) wrapped in an DVB transport stream and stream as a MPEG2 (DVB) TS

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.

After the h264 compression, the video here embedded has two further level of information reduction, from the original interlaced the encoder decided whether it is better to use frame based of field based encoding (MBAFF encoding). The original video contains many highly changing scenes (expecially the zoomed and aerial views).
The second compression is the anamorhic compression: the video size is 720x576 (the standard PAL size) with an aspect ration of 16:9, about 1.77, to be compared with 1.33 of the standard 4:3 video.

The embedded stream can be directly loaded by VLC as http://www.iginomanfre.it/rh_ts_h264_PAL_750.
The video is a h264 16:9 anamorphic 750 Kbps CBR 25 frame per second MBAFF (MacroBlock Adaptive Field Frame, i.e. the usage of interlace is decided by the encoder on their dynamicity) with 128 Kbps AAC-LC stereo 48KHz audio compressed with Rhozet Carbon Coder
The overall bitrate is 1601 Kbps VBR (mainly due to the audio). It is stream with the VLC TS (DVB) engine because FLV streamed suffers of looping problems.

This is a live streaming, not based on a slice downloaded material (such as Dinamic streaming ones are).

the width and height parameters in the object call are mandatory:

not specifying none of these parameters

specifying only height="576"

specifying only width="1024"
The stream is always the same, encoded 720x576 anamorphic (this can be felt by the letterbox output in the no parametrs at all).