Just out of curiosity. Does Netcam use a different codec for UDP stream than others (e.g. Dauhas own. Probably ripped somewhere tho)
When I use UDP on Netcam studio, I get plenty of artifacts, biterrors, latency etc etc. I do not get this when I use other UDP streaming programs. At least not the same amount of errors.
Yes, I know that UDP does not need ACK like TCP does, but it would be nice to be able to reduce the network overhead from the TCP packets and it should theoretically increase performance.
See attached link from my demo.
- Both uses the same VM (2 CPU 12 core @ 2.8Ghz, with 20Gb of RAM)
- 00:00 First showing Netcam Studio Client with RTSP-UDP.
- 00:48 Switches over to the webcam's own "live" view. Transmitting from the camera to the browsers ActiveX (same path as to the server)
- 01:47 Back to Netcam Studio Client.
Spot the differences?
And what is causing it? Just curious...