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hi friend ,how to implement Image Capturing in ASP.NET using WebCam
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Jan-12 3:39am    
ASP.NET, no kidding? :-)
--SA

Here more than couple of links
Web Cam Image on Web Page[^]
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Jan-12 13:37pm    
A wealth of useful reading again. Education required, yes. My 5.
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Espen Harlinn 23-Jan-12 15:59pm    
Agree, 5!
Rajesh Anuhya 24-Jan-12 1:01am    
Good link , Raja +5
How can this be related to ASP.NET? This is a server-side technology. Where do you want to capture the image, on server? What are you going to see there? The racks with computers and cables or dark walls? :-)

You can use some software beyond Web browser on the client side in order to make it happen, just because you need to allow the access to a Web camera on the client machine, quite apparently. It could be Flash or Silverlight.

Please see http://www.userbooth.com/demo/[^],
http://blog.vamapaull.com/photo-booth-flash-webcam-image-capture/[^].

This is a Silverlight code sample:
http://www.silverlight.net/learn/graphics/webcam-and-mic/webcams-%28silverlight-quickstart%29[^].

Try to find some more: http://bit.ly/zxiYEH[^].

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thatraja 23-Jan-12 13:20pm    
5!BTW you have answered DD's question long time ago(In my answer)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Jan-12 13:36pm    
DD's? What is that? Department of Defense? :-)

Thank you, Raja.
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Espen Harlinn 23-Jan-12 16:00pm    
Good links :)
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Jan-12 17:57pm    
Thank you, Espen.
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Rajesh Anuhya 24-Jan-12 1:01am    
Thanks for Silverlight link , +5
Hi mate, I gave a link that might help a bit, perhaps, more different than anything you write is truly knowledgeable experts will provide assistance to you, friends.

This Link
 
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 23-Jan-12 3:48am    
I've fixed your link, if you don't mind. You should not check the check box "Treat my content as plain text, not as HTML", why did you?

Nothing related to APS.NET required by OP in this article, which is fine because this is ridiculous, but at least you should have explained it. What's worse it is not related to Web at all, so what's the use?

There is a solution based on Silverlight though. Please see my answer.
--SA

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