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What is this supposed to be?

VNCast is a modified VNC Client that will receive the VNC data, compress them into format such as motion JPEG and multicast them with RTP into the network. Any media player that has RTP protocol support will then be able to receive the compressed data, decode and display it.

see VNCast for more details

How to build

First, on Debian-like distros:

apt-get install liblivemedia-dev libavcodec-dev libavformat-dev libvncserver-dev
apt-get install libswscale-dev

, then:

make

and perhaps

make install

State

Well, it builds... and under certain conditions displays "something", or even, while protesting loudly, displays something... very psychedelic...

Recent activity

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Commits by ypb were pushed to ypb/castvn

dbcb325 - Makefile: move .objects before .alibs
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Commits by ypb were pushed to ypb/castvn

788072e - Makefile: try to handle weird PKG_CONFIG_PATHs
ypb

Commits by ypb were pushed to ypb/castvn

f69ae3e - VideoEncoder.cpp: revert to RTSP hardcoded YUV420
ypb

Commits by ypb were pushed to ypb/castvn

68e5fc9 - MJPEGDeviceSource: ease optional compiling with OUTPUT_JPG_FILE enabled
ypb

Commits by ypb were pushed to ypb/castvn

dbcb325 - Makefile: move .objects before .alibs
ypb

Commits by ypb were pushed to ypb/castvn

788072e - Makefile: try to handle weird PKG_CONFIG_PATHs
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