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 stream has two level of information reduction: the interlacing (half image every 1/50 of second instead of progressive
and the usage of half horizontal resolution (used to be called half-D1), with a Pixel Aspect Ratio of 2:3 (the horizontal double of 4:3) in order to obtain
the Display Aspect Ratio of 16:9 despite the number of horizontal pixel have been halved.
In case of lost of information (and the high compression rate of h264 is prone to these problems) the objects in the scene skip their positions and it is also possible they strike green behind if the last frame is a B/P frame.
The reproduction may be in any case affected by network problems
The embedded stream can be directly loaded by VLC as http://www.iginomanfre.it/rh_mp4_hD1_750.
The video is a h264 interlaced 16:9 anamorphic 750 Kbps CBR 25 frame per second with 128 Kbps AAC-LC stereo 48KHz audio compressed with Rhozet Carbon Coder