Antonio Almeida wrote:
> Thanks, I'll check out the latest CVS version as soon as I get around to 
> implementing.
> Your experience is very similar to what I was looking for! If it is as 
> fast as you mention then it will surely be enough to simulate a 
> streaming video, from the viewer's perspective.
> I believe jpg-httpd will be enough for my purposes, however a standard 
> streaming video would still be nicer. If FlightGear is able to generate 
> those jpgs, then it may be possible to encode them to a video in 
> real-time, using third party tools, and stream it. Perhaps I could 
> contribute with such a feature (not in the near future, I'm afraid).

FFMPEG may be useful in converting and streaming the jpegs.


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