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Using FFMPEG in VB.NET, C#, and ASP.NeT

Hi guys , recently i wrote an article on using FFMPEG in VB.NET and C#, to handle medias on the web in real time. Now i want to share this article with others how want disperately help in this area. Below is the link of my article. You can get detail information in it.

www.iepak.com/2/Topicdetail.aspx
Feb 20 '07 #1
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RedSon
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Hey, neat article thanks for the link.
Feb 20 '07 #2
jayu
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Hi guys , recently i wrote an article on using FFMPEG in VB.NET and C#, to handle medias on the web in real time. Now i want to share this article with others how want disperately help in this area. Below is the link of my article. You can get detail information in it.

www.iepak.com/2/Topicdetail.aspx
Hi dear.....

i have implement this way in my project...it 's work fine when you video file size below 1MB...if i will try to upload above 1 MB then give alert message in Mozilla
like this "The Document contains no data"

Please if you know anything then please tell me...
Mar 8 '07 #3
Gopigi
3
Hi

I have Created Excel Sheet open automatically, and i fill records in cells, Now i need to save As that excel sheet.
Can you send sample coding for saving excelsheet ..

Regards
S.Gopi
Mar 8 '07 #4
I was using FFmpeg in command line (using pipe process). Then I got this component Solid FFmpeg C# .Net Wrapper . I think it's much more easy and powerful than the command line interface. You can try it.
Jun 22 '10 #5

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