Seagull So one thing I'm interested to know next is if your good and bad streams can be captured losslessly with those dithering effects still present? I guess this is exactly what @JTL is working on right now. A quick google and some are mentioning using NDI on OBS? I don't know what either of those terms are 😉 but it's probably a big thing in the streaming community.
The fact that one stream is good and one bad is promising though. If clips demonstrating a good and bad setup can be saved into some form of video format that retain the dithering etc this is hard evidence that can help us for future purchases and also to harass Nvidia with 🙂.
I suspect it's some sort of PCoIP being used. Just like my Shadow PC. Some blurb I found online below.
"PC-over-IP (PCoIP) technology delivers a secure, high-definition and highly responsive computing experience. It uses advanced display compression to provide end users with on-premises or cloud-based virtual machines as a convenient alternative to local computers. This virtual workspace architecture compresses, encrypts and transmits only pixels to a broad range of software clients, mobile clients, thin clients and stateless PCoIP Zero Clients, providing a highly secure enterprise environment.
From a user's perspective, there is no difference between working with a local computer loaded with software and an endpoint receiving a streamed pixel representation from a centralized virtual computer.
Because the PCoIP protocol transfers only display information in the form of pixels, no business information ever leaves your cloud or data center."