i'm currently trying to use jitter to send live, processed video streams across the internet to create a platform that will allow physical dancers in one country to dance with live projections of other dancers in another country.
i know that before the thought of doing this was incredibly slow (with jit.broadcast), but with the recent release of the ffmpeg encoder Vipr it seems that it could be possible with the jit.net objects at a decent resolution.
i have jit.net sending and receiving videos over the same wifi network at 640x480 resolution and it looks great, but I'm having trouble understanding how I can do this between two computers on separate networks. I understand it uses the host message, but I'm having trouble understanding how to use this as I have very little experience using TCP and I'm hoping someone may be able to help shine some light on this subject.
all help welcomed and a thank you in advanced