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Broadcast monitor 'screen' ?!?

ginsonic
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I need to get faster algorithm to capture from a secondary system and to display on mine. Alike a remote control but just to see , without control this system.

I intend to grab from the second monitor images and to stream it with DSPack library to mine. ( to let the teacher to see what do the students on their systems )

Can somebody to support me with tips how to capture faster the images from the second monitor and to prepare these to be streamed?

<b>It's possible to stream the second monitor video signal (not to capture every second a new desktop image ) ?</b>

I will like to have a real image from the second system monitor, alike that  this  monitor is connected directly to my system.

Can be find on net sample projects? I have one but big delays onrefreshing (long time spend with capturing)

Best regards,
Nick

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I see on net RealVNC, but wish to learn how to do this job. Just for me :)

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You can get the sourcecode, I think..

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c++ :(
I don't use this language.

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You're likely to be hard pushed to find a Delphi version. Isn't the C++ understandable enough to give you some ideas? I think they've various white papers and other documentation that describe how it all works, too.

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I will take a look, but I don't know anything about C.
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You can check out RemoteOffice written in Delphi

http://www.deltasoft.hr/remote/forum/

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Can't find the sources for RemoteOffice.
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