> Or any other format mobile devices can see?
Do you need a webpage, or only want to see video on say Android?
Last night I installed XServer on Android and used JuiceSSH (free) with X11 forwarding (had to pay 5.49€[6.50$] for pro features) so that X11 programs on Pi send their output to Android:
http://sonelli.freshdesk.com/support/so ... forwarding
The first I tried is "eog" image viewer:
Today I played with Raspbian mplayer, it can stream 640x480 videos (.mp4 or other):
But only with 1fps, reason is that XServer is simple, no hardware acceleration and quite some scaling and colorspace conversions:
I mentioned that the XServer I installed based on JuiceSSH link above is a bit simple:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta ... de.XServer
(it is open source: http://code.google.com/p/android-xserver/
When running "eog" image viewer I see these warnings:
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Xlib: extension "XInputExtension" missing on display ":1"
Result is that neither mouse input (eg. go to next image of collection) nor keyboard input in SSH session work (for "eog").
No problem to get a short preview of Raspberry camera, just executing
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raspistill -md 7 -w 640 -h 480 -o test.jpg -t 100
after having started "mplayer test.jpg" in JuiceSSH before does refresh eog window on smartphone on each execution (takes 1-2s to complete)
Maybe I should try some other Android XServers.
Maybe not, just read the open source readme:
The user interface is fairly simple: touch the screen to move the pointer, and use the directional pad to activate the left/middle/right buttons. Update: the volume up/down buttons now work as mouse left/right buttons. Both virtual and physical keyboards are supported.
Volume up is left mouse button, was able to navigate between images (started with "eog Screenshot3*.png") and open menues!