[MPlayer-users] using an other computer to calculate the image
hulin.thibaud at wanadoo.fr
Thu Feb 8 22:04:41 CET 2007
All right, it's exactly the senario, what I'm trying to do. How can
learn to do that? I'm thinking about it for a few months, but I don't
know wher beginning. I don't want do that on a huge network, only
between my little pentium mmx and my good celeron 1,4Ghz. I'm not sure
to success, but I'd like try before stopping this way.
RC a écrit :
> On Wed, 7 Feb 2007 10:00:47 -0500
> Ivan Kowalenko <ivan.kowalenko at gmail.com> wrote:
>> MythTV manages to stream videos ranging from 320x240 to 720x480
>> (ranging from 2Mbit to 8 Mbit) on my network,
> You've simply misunderstood the senario.
> You're talking about a case of sending the lossily encoded video
> (MPEG2, MPEG4, etc.) over the network... There's more than enough
> bandwidth for that, of course.
> If you DECODE the video on one machine, and send the UNCOMPRESSED video
> over the network to another machine, the situation is vastly different.
> You're now talking about several orders of magnitude more data being
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