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I have a task to build an application that records the video stream sent from a server. Serialization of the recorded file is necessary. File can be in any format. Can someone suggest me how to go about it?
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enhzflep 18-Apr-12 6:27am    
I'd start by answering jkchan's question about the format of the received data.

After that, I'd look for a tute that extracted single-frames from a video - using that as a means of finding the info required to perform the opposite action, that is - adding frames to a (at first empty) video.

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in what format server sends the video stream ? is it transport stream or filestream ? if it is file stream you can just save to file right ?

jkchan
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stib_markc 18-Apr-12 6:03am    
yes, that is one of the requirements..
i have to save the file..
stib_markc 18-Apr-12 6:04am    
i mean i have to save the data into a file....whatever data that was streamed till then(when user wants to stop recording) should be saved into a file(.avi or .wmv or whatever..)
jk chan 18-Apr-12 6:59am    
i had used direct show to save streams.. in that you can have source filter which reads data from a server, and saves/plays it .. you have a look at directshow samples..
stib_markc 18-Apr-12 7:30am    
ok, thanks for the suggestion, i will look into some of the samples of direct show and will get back...
stib_markc 19-Apr-12 2:12am    
can you please provide some examples, i couldn't find any relevant examples on net(and I am new to COM)...

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