[vlc-devel] Re: udp streaming delay

Pedro Tumusok pedro.tumusok at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 09:08:56 CEST 2006

On 6/26/06, Julien Le Cléach
<julien.lecleach-ste-exterieure at fr.thalesgroup.com>
> hello vlc,
> i request your advice on a certain problem :
> when reading a video, i stream it out after having it transcoded (that's
> necessary for what i want to do).
> when i play it locally, there's a very slight delay (<0.5s). i guess
> "local
> play" in this case takes into account the transcoding i've done before.
> when i send it with udp on an other PC (or when i loop on the same PC),
> the
> delay becomes 2s or more.
> i have a LAN with 1Gb/s and it is not very used (1%) when i show the
> resource meter.
> could you tell me the reason for that ?
> i don't think i have a problem with the network, so is there something in
> vlc code that i could modify in order to reduce this latency ?
Could it be buffering on the receiving on end?

Best regards / Mvh
Jan Pedro Tumusok

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Instead of bein' my deliv'rance, she had a strange resemblance
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