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I. I have a video capture project, like AmCap, written in VB.NET. It
is a windows applications. Is it possible to put it into a web page?

II. Is the conversion in I complicated? Involve ActiveX or DirectShow?
Or it is not feasible?

III. Is it possible to use Windows Media Encoder to capture the video
and display it out immediately by itself or by a Windows Media Player?
Or it just uses for encoding some video into some specific formats The
video can only be displayed after the capturing is finished?

Thx!!!
Nov 20 '05 #1
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I. I have a video capture project, like AmCap, written in VB.NET. It
is a windows applications. Is it possible to put it into a web page?


If your code is lightweight, you maybe able to deploy the application as an
embedded winforms on a webpage... of course this would only really work in
an intranet environment.

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Lucas Tam <RE********@rogers.com> wrote in message news:<Xn***************************@140.99.99.130> ...
cd***@hongkong.com (ABC) wrote in
news:d6**************************@posting.google.c om:
I. I have a video capture project, like AmCap, written in VB.NET. It
is a windows applications. Is it possible to put it into a web page?
If your code is lightweight, you maybe able to deploy the application as an
embedded winforms on a webpage... of course this would only really work in


I really wonder to know how to do the embedding, any idea or samples?
Complicated? Thx!!
an intranet environment.

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cd***@hongkong.com (ABC) wrote in news:d618a781.0407161829.c9c8f22
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I really wonder to know how to do the embedding, any idea or samples?
Complicated? Thx!!


http://www.15seconds.com/issue/030610.htm

http://dotnetjunkies.com/WebLog/mlev.../14/11396.aspx
There are a lot more articles online, just search for Winforms in IE on
Google.

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Nov 20 '05 #4

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Hello Sir

In order to show live capture on a web page you need to have an
activeX.

For that i recommend:
1) Write anything you need in C(C++) for all direct show
functions
2) Make a DLL out of it.
3) from the DLl build an activeX
This activeX will work on the web page.

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ABC wrote:
*I. I have a video capture project, like AmCap, written in VB.NET.
It
is a windows applications. Is it possible to put it into a web page?

II. Is the conversion in I complicated? Involve ActiveX or
DirectShow?
Or it is not feasible?

III. Is it possible to use Windows Media Encoder to capture the
video
and display it out immediately by itself or by a Windows Media
Player?
Or it just uses for encoding some video into some specific formats
The
video can only be displayed after the capturing is finished?

Thx!!! *


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