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hi ,
I am trying to capture video from my web cam using opencv libraries and save it in .avi containers. I would like to know some good streaming libraries to stream the video over network using RTP on UDP. I searched for and found many of them like ffmpeg,all of them are compatible with the Linux environment and they suggest to use mingw for using on windows .
can you suggest some good tutorials to use them and also i see these libraries are handled from command prompt only ,is it possible to use these libraries inside the application code by linking them .
I am using visual c++ 2008 on windows 7 .

hari .
Posted 11-Dec-11 18:12pm
Albert Holguin 12-Dec-11 0:32am
What level coder are you? Have you ever coded anything using UDP?

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How about transferring the code in windows compatible. and also look at the protocol related with Streaming
Albert Holguin 12-Dec-11 0:30am
RTP is a streaming protocol.
hariharansa 12-Dec-11 0:33am
hi johny ,
i am quite new to these things and i am sorry about that i cannot understand by your reply "transferring the code in windows compatible " can you please elaborate .

johny10151981 12-Dec-11 0:56am
Dude, either higher a professional or you will have to go a long way

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