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    pal666
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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by zanny View Post
    What would be really innovative is if we could get hardware encode / decode support for wayland streams using, say, vp8/9
    hardware vendors have to implement vpx encoders first

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  • Chewi
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    Awesome! I was hoping this would come together soon.

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  • fhuberts
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    SPICE anyone?

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  • zanny
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  • zanny
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    What would be really innovative is if we could get hardware encode / decode support for wayland streams using, say, vp8/9. That is how Miracast / Android screencasting is implemented and we really should be able to do better in free software by making a common protocol for it at the protocol level.

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  • cb88
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    RDP after windows 7 added RemoteFX which is more for accelerated graphics not damage.

    Wayland should be able to take advantage of any damage algorithms that NX was already using... also NX is slowly getting merged into mainline X so its getting better code wise.

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  • Min1123
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    Sweet, this opens the door for Wayland over network but also via an SSH tunnel. That means remoting back like with X/XMing and others will be possible.

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  • newwen
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    "damage tracking and not yet implementing any compression when sending data over the wire"
    I fear Microsoft holds some patents about these topics for their RDP since Windows 7.

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  • phoronix
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    started a topic Wayland Network Transparency Patches Published

    Wayland Network Transparency Patches Published

    Phoronix: Wayland Network Transparency Patches Published

    For the longest time, when bringing up Wayland a recurring question was "what about network transparency?!" Well, Samsung's Derek Foreman has today published the set of Wayland patches for providing Wayland network traparency by pushing the Wayland protocol over TCP/IP...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...k-Transparency
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