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It looks like a easy to hack cheap MPEG4 to TS encoder for $40
From the video it also looks like you can change the encoding bitrate from the hidden GUI.
Here is the associated blog
Seems like some versions of it use TS and others use RTP
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I have a couple on order from China so will report back after I get them.
Was given an older IP to HDMI RX which has a TF-680 SOC (http://www.jlink.com.tw/tw/pro_list02.h ... del_id=145). SOC appears to use MJPEG for lower latency then H.264.
Am assuming that H.264/IEC13818 has latency issues since you have to wait some indeterminate amount of time for an anchor-frame before you can start re-stitching the whole mess back together again.
It is well worth reading through the whole of the blog, and watching the whole video that Charles linked to, there is clearly some interesting stuff going on.
If some brave soul prises the heat sinks off one of the newer units, would be very interested to see what could be found about them.
... and for those who like interesting documents, take a look at docin.com. Haven't figured how to set up an account yet, but it looks like quite a resource.
onto the device to get Transport Stream support. described in Update 14. dec
on his blog.
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