OK OK....
So what is the best way to send screen data from a computer to another?
I can capture the screen, save it as a png or jpg file and then send it to another
computer, but it is not a FAST way...
Please help me about my problem.
Thanks
Posted on 2006-03-31 04:04:37 by dsolarium
You're going to need to send the image once, but after that, only send the part(s) of the image which have changed (compared to the previously sent image).

Hope that helps :)
Posted on 2006-03-31 11:02:08 by Homer
Thank you... At last someone understands me,
But what is a FAST way?
I tried SetPixel and GetPixel but they are very SLOW...
Please help me,
THANKS.
Posted on 2006-03-31 11:16:30 by dsolarium
You can use CreateDIBSection, which makes a bitmap that will let you directly access the pixel values. DirectDraw stuff might give you better performance. And, ideally for a remote desktop app., you'd use a GDI Mirror Driver like Ultr@VNC does - but that's a pretty advanced topic.

VNC would be a good place to start, actually - it will give you an idea of the things you need to make this all work efficiently... not that VNC works efficiently as soon as you use it across the internet, nothing I've found beally beats Microsoft's RDP (remote desktop protocol), but that might as well be because of it's tight integration with the operating system.
Posted on 2006-03-31 12:28:25 by f0dder
So does somebody has a simple source for the beginning?

In http://www.asmcommunity.net/board/index.php?topic=3365.0 I cant find any usable source code
Posted on 2006-04-16 03:21:50 by Ar-ras