[CELT-dev] Need Info on Celt-dev

Benjamin M. Schwartz bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Nov 25 13:24:10 PST 2009

> From: Benjamin M. Schwartz [mailto:bmschwar at fas.harvard.edu]
> If you need less than 5 seconds of delay (or even much less than one
> second) then CELT is right for you.  However, there is currently no way to
> play CELT inside a web browser.  Achieving very-low-delay streaming inside a
> web browser would likely require users to install a special-purpose browser
> plug-in.

Jerry Floyd wrote:
> Does a special-purpose browser plug-in exist or is this something that would
> have to be written from scratch? Do you happen to know of a computer
> programmer or other person that might be able to help us with this?

On further thought, you would either need a Java applet or a plugin.
Either way, I'm not aware of any code that's "ready to go" for your purpose.

The celt-dev list is the best place I know of to look for people
interested in consulting on CELT.

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