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Capture from a webcam and send real-time using AV Streams (corba)

Capture from a webcam and send real-time using AV Streams (corba)

Capture from a webcam and send real-time using AV Streams (corba)

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Hi

Sorry my english is not very good (I´m spanish). I´m trying to do a program who captures video from a webcam and send it (real-time) using corba. I´m using ACE-TAO implementation (AV streams). AV streams send several frames every second, so I would need extract every frame from the captured video (this video have to be compressed before, all in real time), and in the client side it should read every frame and play. The transmission is not a problem, because AV streams do it, but, in which format can I encode the video?, and how can I get every frame?. Can I use a render filter to memory and send¿?. Please I need help.

Thanks a lot.

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