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  • Silverlight Tip: Using LINQ to Select the Largest Available Webcam Resolution

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jun 16, 2010 (1 week ago)
    In this tip, Pete Brown explains how to find the largest possible webcam resolution using LINQ.

    Sometimes in Silverlight, you just want to get the largest possible webcam resolution. This snippet shows how to obtain that using LINQ.

  • Push and Pull - Silverlight Webcam Capturing Details

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jun 04, 2010 (2 weeks ago)
    In this blog post, René Schulte demonstrates how to use the webcam, the CaptureImageAsync method and also how to implement and use the VideoSink.

    It's not a secret that one of my favorite Silverlight 4 features is the webcam support and I already played endless hours with it. There are many blog posts out there demonstrating how to use the webcam and how to take a screenshot with the CaptureImageAsync method. Only a few cover the VideoSink.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  May 26, 2010 (4 weeks ago)
    In this article, René Schulte explains how to write pixel shaders for Silverlight and WPF with HLSL, as well as how to write an extensible Silverlight application for shader demos.

    This introductory article will explain how to write pixel shaders for Silverlight and WPF, what tools should be used, and how to work with the tools. Furthermore, it will show how to build an extensible Silverlight shader application.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  May 25, 2010 (4 weeks ago)
    Victor Gaudioso decided to make a tutorial on how to build your very own TutorialCam.

    It takes about 27 minutes but is much easier than you would think.  There are a lot of little things that you need to do but it is fun and when you are done you will be ready to make your very own Silverlight video tutorials just like me and possibly get MSFT MVP along the way.

  • Your First Step to the Silverlight Voice/Video Chatting Client/Server

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  May 13, 2010 (1 month ago)
    Tags: Webcam , Microphone , Silverlight 4 , Fadi Abdelqader
    In this article of Fadi Abdelqader you will find out what you should to do in order to create your own Silverlight Voice/Video chatting system.

    Comparing with the Adobe Flash Player, Microsoft has provided the first step to support the live voice/video chatting through the web By Supports dealing with the Microphone and the Camera in Silverlight 4, Yes it was a great step but still not enough, there is more of a problem is still unresolved, and as a programmer you have to rely on yourself to make your own programming solutions if you decided to go forward to work on Silverlight techniques to create your own live voice/video chatting software [...]

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 26, 2010 (2 months ago)
    The first Coding4Fun article of René Schulte has been published. The article demonstrates how to implement a simple facial recognition system using Silverlight 4’s new webcam feature.Image

    This article will describe the simple facial recognition method that searches for a certain sized skin color region in a webcam snapshot. This technique is not as perfect as a professional computer vision library like OpenCV and the Haar-like features they use, but it runs in real time and works for most webcam scenarios.

  • Silverlight 4 Webcam Demo

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 11, 2010 (3 months ago)
    In this tutorial Viktor Larsson demonstrates how to use the WebCam in Silverlight 4.

    During my visit to Finland last month, I got the opportunity to demonstrate some of the new features in Silverlight 4 in demo-form. Today, I’ll review the webcam demo.

  • Saving Snapshots to PNG in Silverlight 4 and the WebCam

    0 comments  /  posted by  Ivan Dragoev  on  Jan 04, 2010 (5 months ago)
    John Papa decided to experiment with a few webcam features and built an application that activates a webcam, allows the user to take snapshots, and saves the snapshots to PNG files.Image

    The first thing I did was grab Tim Heuer’s webcam sample which already handles activating the webcam. Tim did a great job with this, so instead of reinventing the wheel for this demo I decided to start with his code and add my requirements. First I wanted to hit the UI, so I created a new project, and copied the UI from Tim then took out what I did not need and add what I did need. Of course I did all of this in Expression Blend. Cider is great, but I’m faster in Blend by far. The UI is very simple, so this was a minimal effort.

  • Silverlight 4 – WebCams.OnceMoreWithAudio()

    0 comments  /  posted by  Ivan Dragoev  on  Jan 04, 2010 (5 months ago)
    This is Mike Taulty's last post on webcams and capturing video in Silverlight 4.

    I thought I’d modify the code from the last post a little in order to try and capture audio along with the video. This opened up some “interesting questions” in that in Silverlight you derive from an AudioSink to capture audio and from a VideoSink to capture video.

    Now, those 2 base classes look awfully similar and if you want to capture both audio and video and try to synchronise the two then it feels a bit painful that you can’t implement some capturing interfaces rather than have to derive from base classes.

  • Mike Wolf on Stop Motion with the Silverlight 4 Webcam

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Dec 22, 2009 (6 months ago)
    Tags: Webcam , Demos , Videos , Animations , PDC09 , Silverlight 4

    In this video you can see how Pete Brown and Tim Heuer interview Mike Wolf from Cynergy Systems at PDC09.

    Mike has built a Silverlight 4 demo application that uses the new webcam feature, and a png sequencer of his own design, to create stop-motion animation.


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