Do any of the internet phone programs for Linux
support RTP (Real Time Protocol) for having
real time conversations over the internet with
>Do any of the internet phone programs for Linux
>support RTP (Real Time Protocol) for having
>real time conversations over the internet with
> Do any of the internet phone programs for Linux
> support RTP (Real Time Protocol) for having
> real time conversations over the internet with
> modem connections?
Linux sourcecode for the mbone tools should be of 11/1998 or newer,
otherwise they won't work with Tcl/Tk >= 8.0.3.
Probably not the right thread, but I figure you guys are smart enough
to know. I have used a realtime protocol API from lucent for
streaming video. I have used it on windows with directshow and it
worked decently but I was wondering what approach should I use for
porting it to linux. The rtp api code is written for linux also, but
I need some kind of GUI to work with it. I guess I could just use
straight Xwindows but was wondering what type of gui api to use.
That is for the client for the server I wouldnt even know where to
get a captured video api, like directshow?
Also, how exactly does streaming video work, my code will update the
window when it has a complete frame and since each frame is about a MB
in size plus the size of the udp packet. It makes for slow streaming
video, somewhere in the neighborhood of 10-12 FPS at its best. Are
there other approaches like I was thinking that maybe the server could
send three bytes, the pixel color and the x and y position of that
particular position. Of course that would triple the size of the 1mb
image, but at least it doesnt have to have a start frame and end