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Old July 10th, 2003, 07:42 AM
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I need to build an application for video conferencing using .NET (ASP.NET or VB.NET) Please help me out by providing details about how to go about and what are all the classes/controls to be used to achieve this functionality.

Since this is urgent, it'd be great if any one reply for this with solution.

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hi
i am ahmed a mcs student i am also enhancing a video conferencing software coded in java. i am unable to understand it properly due to lack of complete documentation but i'll send u whatever i have.
i'll also appreciate if u share ur knowledge with me.
thanx my email is ahmedyahroo@hotmail.com

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Why don't you use COM/Interop with the Netmeeting tool? Go see http://www.microsoft.com/windows/net...rs/default.asp

You should be able to figure it out from there.

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quote:Originally posted by Parthi
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I need to build an application for video conferencing using .NET (ASP.NET or VB.NET) Please help me out by providing details about how to go about and what are all the classes/controls to be used to achieve this functionality.††

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 Hi,

I need to build an application for video conferencing using .NET (ASP.NET or VB.NET) Please help me out by providing details about how to go about and what are all the classes/controls to be used to achieve this functionality.

Since this is urgent, it'd be great if any one reply for this with solution.

Thanks and Regards,
Parthi


Hi,

If you get any good option about video conferencing using ASP.Net with C#.Net, help me about that. My Email ID:atpat1982@gmail.com

   Thanks,
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Hi All,

I have experience in such video-conferencing project. I can help you in this but i will charge for the same. If you are okay with it then you can reach me at kul_mothe@yahoo.co.in

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Visit www.avspeed.com for a video conferencing SDK that is easy to use.

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If you are interested in browser based video conferencing check out the AVSPEED Web Video Conferencing plugins. The plugins are currently in closed beta but you can request an invite.
There is a version of the plugins for Internet Explorer (ActiveX) and Chrome/Firefox/Safari (NPAPI)
http://www.avspeed.com
Browser Based Conferencing,chrome video conferencing, firefox video conferencing, safari video conferencing
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"There is no need to create any new web / video conferencing application as there are already big players in this market such as webex.com, gomeetnow.com, gotomeeting.com, etc. They provide both Technology and Support required for remote support. However, If you really want to do it yourself, you may consider to use the following technology built in browser:
1. Flash
2. WebRTC from Google, which only applies to Chrome though.
3. Or develop plug-ins in C++ for different browsers. This is the most expensive direction but also is the most flexible direction.
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