On VLC, when you go to "Media", then "Open Network Stream", then click the "Show more options" checkbox, you can turn the caching down from the default of 300ms.



On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 7:37 AM, sandmen <p-hafner@gmx.de> wrote:
Sounds good.
I'm far away from 200ms, I didn't need sound.
On which kind of combination do you come to around 200ms?
Did you also play around with different transmissions?



2013/10/9 alexxx [via Gumstix] <[hidden email]>
Hi. I dealt with this issue. I tried different vlc versions. I have video and a sound on rtsp. Соответственноh264+aac. Video 320х240. The minimum delay with a sound somewhere 600 ms. Without a sound about 200 ms.


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