Here is a demo of RemoteFX support on Windows Embedded Compact 7. Thanks to MPC Data for their work on making this work on the TI BeagleBoard XM!
Windows Embedded Compact 7 will soon support RemoteFX, a great feature to enable low-power, low footprint, ARM-based thin clients to stream HD videos and do USB redirection to deliver an advanced user experience. You don’t even feel you are on a thin client any longer! This video demos the RemoteFX support in Compact 7.
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Thanks for that nice demonstration between thin client (Beagleboard xm) and Hyper-V VDI. I currently build a small lab to try it and I have a question for you. Currently my Beagleboard-xm is booting in 800x600 max resolution in Windows Embeded 7 but in your exemple it look more around 720P or more? How to change the max resolution of the Beagleboard?
The resolution can be set in different places, depending on the BSP/drivers used.
In the case of the BBXM, I am using a custom BSP, but if you are using the OMAP 3730 EVM BSP that is in Compact 7 toolkit, then you should be able to set the resolution through the reg key
You can find some more detailed information here: msdn.microsoft.com/.../ee482851.aspx.
Let me know if this helps
I am very intersted in RemoteFX.
How can I used this on TI EVM3730 board just like this video shows?
Thanks & Best Regards,
@Stephen Please send me an email ("Email Blog Author" on the right menu) so I can forward your request to the right persons in the Windows Embedded team.