Are 2 Mbps sufficient?
Rudi Verago [vlain]
vlain "at" libero.it
Fri Jan 14 20:50:01 2005
-> When working over a slow link in an interactive mode, then you
-> naturally adjust the amount of updates for the simple reason that
-> after performing an action, you have to wait until the screen catches
-> up before you can proceed. Eg, if you pop up a menu, you have to wait
-> for it to get drawn on your screen before you can select something
-> from it. However, in your application this is not going to happen.
The problem is to share a normal desktop with a normal application, e.g. half
lesson are based on OpenOffice presentation and half lesson teacher shows to
students an application (Matlab, Autocad...)
-> What you CAN do is (for example), simplify PowerPoint presentations -
-> remove animated slide actions and unnecessary background adornments
-> (such as patterned backgrounds) that require more bandwidth to
-> transmit. Ie, reduce the amount of image data on the screen, and the
-> frequency with which it is changed.
Sure! I think to wrote a little tutorial named "How to write a presentation in
OpenOffice for VNC". LoL.
Ing. Rudi Verago
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