Apple tonight posted a new public preview of QuickTime Streaming Server to its Web site. The newest release adds several enhancements and addresses issues with the previous release.
Enhancements in public preview 2 include:
Apple notes that this software is pre-release and should not be used in a commercial operating environment or with important data. As a precaution, you should backup all of your data before installing the software and regularly while using it. This software expires on March 15, 2002.
QuickTime Streaming Server 4 Public Preview 2 requires latest version of Mac OS X Server, version 10.1 or later; Macintosh Server G4; Power Mac G4; Power Mac G4 Cube; iMac; Macintosh Server G3; or Power Macintosh G3 with at least 128MB of RAM and a 4GB hard disk (operating system fault tolerance requires a Macintosh Server G4 or a Power Mac G4 released in January 2001 or later). For high-demand servers running QuickTime Streaming Server, at least 512MB RAM is recommended.