In this paper, a new projection-type autostereoscopic multiview 3D display system for real-time applications is proposed by using IEEE 1394 digital cameras, Intel Xeon server computer system, projection-type 3D display system and Microsoft' DirectShow programming library and its performance is analyzed in terms of image-grabbing frame rate, displayed image resolution, possible color depth and number of views. In the proposed system, four-view color images are initially captured by using four IEEE 1394 digital cameras and then, these are processed in the Intel Xeon server computer system and they are transmitted to the graphic card having 4 output ports for supporting 4-view stereoscopic display system in real-time. These outputs are finally projected to the specially designed-Fresnel screen through four projectors to make 4-view autostereoscopic image. Also, the overall system control program is developed basing on the Microsoft's DirectShow programming library. From some experimental results, it is found that the proposed system can display four-view VGA images with a full color of 16bits and a frame rate of 15fps in real-time.