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    Christophe Pellier Guest

    video conferencing. AVI or compressed images.

    I am working on a video conferencing project over the internet.
    All is writed in VB. Encoder, video and audio server, player.

    I have a existential question because after a lot of tests I don't know the
    best way to apply.

    - Send compressed image (jpg or other format). In this case the rate is not
    very good and video is not linear (max 2 frame by sec depending on the
    size and the reduction of the image.

    - Use Real player or Windows media technologies. In this case I have 30
    secondes of response time between encoder and player.

    - Send AVI file with a strong codec. In this case I don't know how dispaying
    video in real time. I beleive it is the best solution but I have not the
    knowledge and samples for do that.


    Please a little help for a poor guy.



  2. #2
    Un1 Guest

    Re: video conferencing. AVI or compressed images.


    Try this control:
    http://www.banasoft.com/DownLoad/AVPhone.exe


    "Christophe Pellier" <christophe.pellier@ch.nestle.com> wrote:
    >I am working on a video conferencing project over the internet.
    >All is writed in VB. Encoder, video and audio server, player.
    >
    >I have a existential question because after a lot of tests I don't know

    the
    >best way to apply.
    >
    >- Send compressed image (jpg or other format). In this case the rate is

    not
    >very good and video is not linear (max 2 frame by sec depending on the
    >size and the reduction of the image.
    >
    >- Use Real player or Windows media technologies. In this case I have 30
    >secondes of response time between encoder and player.
    >
    >- Send AVI file with a strong codec. In this case I don't know how dispaying
    >video in real time. I beleive it is the best solution but I have not the
    >knowledge and samples for do that.
    >
    >
    >Please a little help for a poor guy.
    >
    >



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