I would like to make a wireless remote camera project for the GBA, and will need some compression to make the video framerate useable. The encoder will be a Parallax Propeller, an 8-core 32-bit CPU running at 80MHz (=20MIPs/core.) JPEG has been considered, although technically, that's not video (MJPEG, perhaps!) I did come across Tony Savon's Caimans Video Codec (also a version for the DS.) It looks very promising, and I sent Tony an e-mail on Monday. However, the last activity on both of those websites is 2005...I haven't received a response, and don't really expect to. Does anyone here have source code, a library, or just some really good documentation? Or is there another codec that I should be considering? Admittedly, I can reverse-compile a Caimans Video Codec example download, although that's disrespectful, and doesn't make the encoder part any easier. On second thought, the demos play very glitchy on VisualBoyAdvance, audio and video don't match on the GBA, and the video is nonfunctional on the DS (in GBA mode.) Some demo, if you ask me...but it's mostly there. BTW, this project isn't for the DS because it doesn't have a link port. I'm not sure whether I could interface an RF transceiver to a DS's slot 1 (definitely not slot 2.) RS-232 at 115,200 baud is the datarate I'm hoping to achieve. If needed, depending on the transceiver chip/module, I could probably get up to 256,000 baud. And no, WiFi on the DS won't do, as I'm hoping for a 600+ foot range. Thanks in advance for ideas.