hi,i'm a beginner i need a sample source codes on video streaming using C#.i'm using d-link DCS-950 with MPEG4 IP camera.
i have no idea how to start it. how do i grab the data from network? what components do i need to use in visual studio??
can some please help me?? i need sample source codes as i can try it on.
i'm running out of time
Just in case anyone else is looking for the source - the main reason why I removed the article was not because of commercializing or anything like that - more personal reasons than anything else.
I had a good think about it over the xmas break, and it was probably a real selfish thing todo taking it offline, so the CodePlex (no source on there yet) site is back and I will be restoring the deleted article.
I'm just in the process of finishing the major parts of it so it's not a half baked application.
Sorry for any confusion with this - a couple weeks I'll have the source back on here.
First of all -- congratulations on what seems to be a great community here at Code Project.
Some advice please. With what applications should I create a web application that (in it's simplest form):
1) Remote Client uploads an Excel Spreadsheet with data (1000 rows by 30 columns)
2) Server performs calculations on that data. <lots of="" logic="" based="" nested="" formulas="" suited="" to="" a="" spreadsheet="" application="">
3) Server creates a PowerPoint presentation based on the calculated data.
4) Server downloads PowerPoint presentation to remote user
The process (post upload) would need to be automated to be of value. In other words, today I receive the email manually and then manually kick off the Excel/Powerpoint automation. The real opportunity is automating via the web.
Probably easy stuff for this crew. But way beyond my meager skills.
I know your time is valuable. Thanks in advance for any direction you may have.
1) I do not want to create a massive enterprise-wide just-in-case database. This would not be a persistent database. Once the presentation is complete the data can go away.
2) The next remote user would have a similar but different set of data (i.e. different market or period)
3) The charting does not need to be resident on the web page itself.
4) I am not married to PowerPoint or Excel but the charts would need to satisfy the following user requirements:
--a) The user needs to be able to tweak the charts and text
--b) The user needs to be able to print and email the slides
--c) The user needs to be able to present (in a slideshow mode) from a laptop / projector combination
5) This would probably receive 2-20 requests per day. With no external control as to when. In theory, all 20 individuals could upload an Excel file at the same time.
Sounds to me like you might be best off by building your web interface just as a simple drop off and delivery point (uploads and downloads only) then build the back-end as a WWF system that takes the files, parses through them as needed and builds your slides, then sends out a notification email when they are each ready for download, maybe sending a link along for the user to click on.
Tell them that each excel spreadsheet is deleted form the system after it is processed and that the delivery links are only kept valid for a time, like 24 hours, to give them time to download the results otherwise they need to resubmit again.
The system itself does not sound all that hard but the part about parsing the spreadsheet and then creating Power Points I can't comment on since I have never used code to 'build' a PowerPoint slide.
Can't you just build the charts in Excel and then paste them into a PPT that way?
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