[Red5] Instrudeo project
sascha_sauren at arcor.de
Mon Sep 4 02:37:59 EDT 2006
> Yes, I've noticed that project before. If I recall right, it requires Flash 9,
> and I'm on Ubuntu dapper, so that's a no-go...
> Sigh, I think I'm just tired of waiting on Macromedia/Adobe. Let's hope
> SVG/Canvas/etc will provide enough power for my requirements, otherwise, I'm
> switching to Java.
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may i point you to this interview.
btw u said u developed 1 year, i would wait untill spring next year, and
resolve the existing bugs untill then
if you would like to use java, do it, there are many projects with java
vnc viewers choosen that way.
if you would like to go the canvas - svg way, do it, you have seen how
compatible it is to other even mozilla versions.
i dont whant sell you something, its your choice of course.
@ claus wahlers,
i know fvnc, dident tested it untill yet like i mentioned before,
but as far as i read i found there are 2 reasons why i may in need of a
1) fvnc needs an installed vnc server which is very good for the most
applications, but i must a kind of a connector
aswell in case of iam also saving files localy in my project and thus it
would be stupid if the enduser will have 2 or 3 setups.
2) fvnc uses as i explained in my mail before the bitmapdata class which
need alot of resources, more than a videocomponent will( i think).
may iam wrong , then i would need to say sorry, just can imagine yet
that a fullsize window "drawn" with or by bitmapdata will work while a
coded vulcano fontaine with 320*240 pixel, only for example, causes the
player and the pc to slow down,
the software should not need to require 2 mb ram and a minimum of a 2.4
GHz cpu to run.
but i will test fvnc, may iam absolutkly wrong would make me very happy
:D, just hadend any time untill yet,
may at the end of the week may i have some more time:D
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