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vnc/cctv

By nell
Nov 11, 2006
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  1. running windows xp home and vnc for closed circiut purposes,seems vnc can not keep up to speed with video, is this true or is there a way to increase the speed with ajustments. Cameras are set up to detect motion but takes about ten seconds to reach next frame. thanks
  2. Nodsu

    Nodsu TS Rookie Posts: 9,431

    Yes, you can tell VNC to hurry up..
    Over what kind of network are you using VNC? It could be that your connection is too slow. Same for computers.. If the server doesn't have enough CPU to encode the image, then you have to use less compression.

    Turn off Cache encoding
    Make sure the CCTV window is the foreground window or tell VNC to poll the full screen.

    Use UltraVNC with the Windows video driver.

    You can also tell UltraVNC to share only one window instead of the whole screen..
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