If you can encode the video using the codec Citrix had years ago on their
VideoFrame product (discontinued), performance is acceptable. I encoded many
AVIs for testing using that encoder and it was very decent.
Otherwise you are out of luck. TS is not meant for video.
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"Joao Fraga" <joao.DeleteThis@REMOVEfraga.com> wrote in message
> I have made a couple of tests with Windows 2003 Terminal Services.
> The only disapointing aspect was video playback: the audio and video were
> not in sync. The audio came a few seconds after the video.
> I used RealOne to play streaming video. It was a 100 Mbps local network,
> with only one TS client running.
> Also noticed that very dynamic Flash films suffered from frame drop.
> I didn't expect more from Terminal Services regarding highy dynamic Flash
> presentations, but I wasn't expecting audio/video sync to be so bad.
> Any hints on how to improve this?
> Joao Fraga