DVTS (Digital Video Transport System) sends and receives DV data using the Internet. It consists of dvsend and dvrecv - dvsend receives DV data via IEEE1394, and sends it to dvrecv using IP, while dvrecv receives DV/RTP packets, and sends DV data using an IEEE1394 interface. Using DVTS, high quality realtime video meeting can be achieved. It consumes about 8-35 Mbps of network bandwidth. Supported platforms are FreeBSD4.x, MacOSX, and Linux.
RAT is an RTP audio conferencing and streaming application that allows users to particpate in point-to-point and multi-point audio conferences over the Internet. Developing features include multiple sampling rates, mono/stereo, loss concealment, and IPv4/IPv6 support, and both versions feature encryption and run on a range of platforms.
The Webcam Network is a network of webcam/image publishers and subscribers. Users can publish to the network using the publisher tool and subscribe to the network using the viewer tool. The publisher tool will push images to the network at an arbitrary rate, and the viewer will display image updates from selected publishers in real-time with resizing, scaling, or in collage mode. The viewer can also render to the root window.