Streaming to Android - Can anyone help me out?
danshorten last edited by
Hi all,I need some help with a project. I want to be able to stream a video feed to an Andriod device (well lots at the same time actually)I have gone through lots and lots of apps (splashtop etc.) but there is always (ALWAYS!) a lag and crappy frame rate.Anyone out there know how to stream Izzy straight in? Or anyone want to build me an app? (I have budget!)ANy ideas welcome
This could be a good one for @eight ?http://troikatronix.com/community/#/discussion/2988/augmented-theatre-for-android-beta-testing/p1
eight last edited by
@Sculpture –– no Augmented Theatre does not handle streaming to it. I tried to stream off of a smartphone from my own asio–based app to a desktop application, and found it very unreliable (the same symptoms described in the original post). I would not say, though, that streaming TO dozens of devices is impossible reliably and with a small lag outright. I would check gstreamer framework as a first candidate, but that would require some research and testing, with a result that is not guaranteed. Therefore I am hesitant to offer my help.--8
Fred last edited by
Use a relay server or one the multicast transfer features on ruckus or other high end routers. They will let you do a single broadcast and the router will take of the multicast load.
jandraka last edited by
Hi,You may have tried it already, but the people at TECHLIFE have some interesting apps. For example, TLSyphonViewer and now are also implementing the NDI protocol. I wrote them once to add some features to one app, TLRemoteCamera for Android and I included them, without costs. Maybe you might be interested in talking to them.I hope it can be helpful.
fifou last edited by
Like jandraka, I used once TLSyphonServer to stream an image from Isadora to an IPhone with TLSyphonViewer.
If you have a good connection, it works great..