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Video Streaming in Windows

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Hi guys

I am currently involved in a project which requires me to recieve and
play streaming video as well as send it. In Visual C++ is there any
free library which helps me do this as 'streaming' is not part of the
actual project, i am allowed to use external libraries. Also could
anyone tell me where I can learn about video streaming in c++ so I can
code the streaming part myself too

thx

Jan 21 '06 #1
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mp******@gmail.com sade:
Hi guys

I am currently involved in a project which requires me to recieve and
play streaming video as well as send it. In Visual C++ is there any
free library which helps me do this as 'streaming' is not part of the
actual project, i am allowed to use external libraries. Also could
anyone tell me where I can learn about video streaming in c++ so I can
code the streaming part myself too

thx


Have you tried www.sourceforge.net?

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Jan 21 '06 #2

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mp******@gmail.com wrote:
Hi guys

I am currently involved in a project which requires me to recieve and
play streaming video as well as send it. In Visual C++ is there any
free library which helps me do this as 'streaming' is not part of the
actual project, i am allowed to use external libraries. Also could
anyone tell me where I can learn about video streaming in c++ so I can
code the streaming part myself too

thx


http://sourceforge.net/projects/gnutelephony/

just use this library (it should work with mingw, and then you can use
those in vc++) and you can add video streaming on top, hehe. Streaming
is all about data structures and networks...so you should look into
that first. Or better, use java because it combines most of these
things neatly.

Jan 21 '06 #3

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