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Hey Guys! I have been assigned a project in which I need to capture Audio and Video and then their objects will be sent to the server/client using object serialization.
Now I need to clarify that I didn't find anything on Google which helps me. Actual design would be like I need to make a class library in which there will be an base class called "Object" and three classes will implement that interface (Audio, Video and text). Each class will capture its own type and has method to serialize its object on network while each class will also have method to De-serialize its own object. And surely this class library will be used on both sides (server/client). All this work will be done using Windows Form Application in C#. Now please yes i really mean Please help me out with my project. Last date is approaching so fast. Thanks very much in advance.
Posted 13-Jun-12 18:00pm
Zainy95808
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SAKryukov at 13-Jun-12 23:32pm
   
Sorry, but this is not a question. It more looks like an order for software development. What have you done so far, anyway?
--SA
Zainy95 at 14-Jun-12 11:59am
   
Sorry i didn't make it clear that I just want to know how to capture Audio and Video in Audio, Video class in my class library. Thanks
Zainy95 at 14-Jun-12 0:20am
   
Sorry i didn't make it clear that I just want to know how to capture Audio and Video in Audio, Video class in my class library. Thanks

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