i need to embedd a video player on web form, that will be able to play almost every ormost of the known video/audio formats....(mpeg, flv, avi, 3gpp, wmv, wma)..i need only a single player.....to be embedded....and it shuld not use the pc's local players..
I need to develop a chat system in ASP.Net. I have gone through lots of SO question asked on similar topic, but did'nt find any one satisfactory. Is it possible to create it from scratch or do i need to go for some API's. My requirement is limited to my site users only, can say intranet based.
Does anyone have any sample asp.net C# code to extract the audio from a youtube video link and save it as a mp3 file. Someone recommended using wget and ffmpeg which I installed and am trying to shell a command, but get an exception below. Sample code is listed below.
I need to create a audio / video library website. Users should be able to browse / view the available video files in a player. Please give me some reference links / projects and also let me know the file format in which the streaming occurs fast.
My project is to create a website that facilitates giving live lectures on intranet. Hence, the bandwidth is not an issue here.
Also, I have implemented some basic code of live streaming using windows media encoder SDK in a C# console application. I was able to view the streaming on another LAN PC in VLC player.
Now, how do I implement my code in the asp.net website? What I want is that in order to start the streaming (i.e., start the live lecture), the facutly just clicks on a button in a webpage. This will stream his movements to the students (via a server). Also, this will enable the facutly to view himself on the webpage.
Is this even possible? I mean it would be like : both the student and the faculty will access the same website. The interface to both of them will be different - one will start the stream and the other (student) will receive the stream.
Or will I have to create a different application to start the streaming? So it would be like the facutly will start that applicaiton to start the streaming and the students will access the stream throught the player embedded in the website.
Another question is : what player should I use to receive the stream (on the student side)? Windows Media Player (I heard that it has problems with firefox)? Or the ubiqutous flash plugin will succeed in capturing the media encoder stream?
I need the ability to stream live audio/video on my churches website. I have checked many sources online and cannot find anything that mathches my needs just right. I do not want a 3rd party software. I do not want to use the new silverlight 4 as i need to be able to deploy this now. I am on a shared hosting account so I do not have full access to the server. I know this limits the options greatly but I know there also has to be a way to do it.
Also the main need is to stream a single audio/video source but it would also be beneficial to have this a 2 way system for youth groups discussions. So the ability for the church to stream one video and the youth that are signed on can also stream there audio/video back so possibly a webcam chat type setup would be best.
I am a Bigner in asp.net c# learning. How can i create a new folder in server from my c# program. in my semester asp.net project, i want to upload video/audio files into my own newly created folder and the storing folder's name must be given by me, which means each time folder name may change during uploading time. and how can i give a picture link to that vodeo files containing in different folders and how can i play that files in the browser using a player.
So here is what I would like to do. Lets say I have a view that can do multiple things, and thus talk to several different controllers. For example, it might create a new group, or change the name of an existing group, or add a user to some group. Now, for the view to display correctly, it would only need the username, a list of groups, and possibly a list of users. Yet for the controllers to work they would need a different set of information, the userid to be added to a group, the name of a new group, or the name and id of a group to edit.
With this setup, there would be a potential of several different models for both input to the view, and output to the different controllers. I like the idea of using the helpers Html.Textboxfor() ect. to create the different submission elements, but I don't so much like the idea of having one giant model (Even if it just a model that inherits or has several sub models) that gets passed around everywhere for this view. It seems...
Perhaps there is a better way to do this (if so, feel free to smacking me around with a few "Your and idiot"s) but is there any way to have a separate input and output model for a view?
I would like to make sure that everything that goes into my database is safe, i.e. protection from sql injection.
What I want to do is type something in a textbox, "<b>hello</b>" for example, it be encoded before it's put in the database, but when I retrieve it, I want it to display "hello" in bold.
I've tried the obvious of server.encode on input and server.decode on the output (to a label and a literal control), but couldn't get it to display the text in bold without having unencoded text in the database.
I would like to program an Input Box that comes up when a user clicks 'Find' button. It asks 'Please enter an employee number'. Then it takes the employee number typed into a text box and searches a dataset for that specific employee record.
I have several VB.NET functions which pass and receive values from executed stored procedures using parameters. However, the latest method I am using seems to be a little too specific on the datatype and data length of the parameters for my liking (i.e.
LogActivityCommand.Parameters.Add("@strErrSource", SqlDbType.NVarChar, 300).Value = strErrSource). For example:
If I end up changing the datatype and data length properties of the variables in my SQL stored procedures in the future, I am going to have to re-visit my VB code too and alter the parameter settings here as well.