Murphy Marc SLUK
Wed Sep 24 14:09:01 2003
We are thinking of using VAC as a remote control tool for an embedded
application and have managed to get a simulation running under windows using
rfbcounter. The problem is that we will be initially using the system using
a 57k link (COM port) and sending the information as 8 bit per pixel
increases our transmission requirements 8*, I see in the future that there
will be 3bit support per pixel has there been any consideration of using 1
bit per pixel to support monochrome displays ?
A compression algorithm would then be able to be implemented to reduce
overhead even more.
We are looking at expanding rfbcounter to create a fairly simple embedded
server and support 1 & 2 bit pixel modes. As the server processor is
relatively low power all complex processing can be done by the client.
What should be done about submitting code for the client so that changes can
be incorporated into public release ?
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