Parsec is an open source enterprise level encryption tool written in C++ using the Linux kernel. It was created by J. Richard Martin and was first released in 1995 with the name rcrypt. Parsec is predominantly used for playing computer games though its primary focus is video streaming now.
If you are looking for a new tool for streaming your favorite games from your PC to a television, you will definitely want to try out Parsec. Parsec works very well as a low latency60 frames buffering game server. It's very simple to set up Parsec and once you have it running on your PC you will never have to worry about losing your high speed connection again. Since it's written in C++ it works very well on both POSI PC's and WINE. The main issue with Parsec is that it doesn't seem to support DirectX on Linux.
Most of the time you won't find many other open source solutions for streaming video over the Internet at such a low latency. However if you have a PC that has a decent graphics card, a sound card and a good internet connection then Parsec should be a great solution for streaming games from your PC. Many creative professionals use Parsec as their main source for creating streaming videos and other forms of media files. For more information about Parsec you can visit the official website at the link below.