Video Capture SDK Tutorial: Capture Video and Store to File

The LEADTOOLS video capture SDK contains advanced features that simplify the process of capturing video from devices and cameras. Our SDK provides developers with all the tools necessary to work with different video sources including network cameras, web cams, capture cards, TV tuners, DV cameras, and more. Once the video is captured, developers can easily convert and store the video using a variety of codecs like H.265, H.264, MJPEG, and MPEG-2. LEAD libraries provide the highest compression, speed, and playback quality of any other multimedia SDK on the market.

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Tutorial: View DICOM Images from Anywhere with LEADTOOLS HTML5 Medical Viewer

DICOM is the leading standard to store and transmit medical information and images. LEADTOOLS offers a feature packed zero-footprint DICOM viewer to display DICOM images and studies from all disciplines and modalities. Our customizable web solution is perfect for any developer that needs a fast DICOM viewer with advanced features such as 3D volume rendering, DICOM Overlay, Softcopy Presentation State, and so much more.

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.NET5 Announcement and LEADTOOLS Automatic Mixed Zone Recognition – Interview with Jeff Fritz

As a sponsor of .NET Conf 2020 our developer support manager, Hadi, had a chance to virtually sit down with Microsoft and Live Coder legend Jeff Fritz last night to discuss the announcement of .NET5 and what’s new with LEADTOOLS V21!

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LEAD is back for .NET Conf 2020

In a world of social distancing, virtual conferences are still able to bring people together. Luckily Microsoft and the .Net Foundation have already started this trend with the .NET Conf. This year marks the 10th year of .NET Conf Nov 10th-12th, and LEAD is back as a partner company celebrating with another awesome Code Party and fun giveaways!

This conference brings together developers to learn what’s new with .NET and what is new with the partner companies involved. There will be a code party starting at 7:30PM ET on the 10th, complete with partner interviews with Jeff Fritz, a technical treasure hunt, and trivia questions all with the potential to win some awesome prizes, like Amazon gift cards or Xboxs, and more!

LEAD will participate in a technical interview with Jeff Fritz and will discuss what’s new in LEADTOOLS Version 21. Particularly we want to highlight our automatic Mixed Zone Recognition that blends multiple recognition functionality all powered by LEADTOOLS powerful AI. With this, LEAD can handle recognition of structured and unstructured forms alike, recognizing everything within an image whether it contains a mix of machine-printed text, handwritten text, MICR, MRZ, OMR, graphics, and table zones. This versatile combination of OCR, ICR, and other advanced recognition technologies is critical for companies that need to quickly and accurately process various form types regardless of how the data is formatted.

What can you win?! A TON of prizes. Particularly from LEAD, you have the chance to win a $250 gift card if you can answer the technical question about LEAD that will be presented during the conference. We might have just given you some clues in this post!

In the meantime, Download LEADTOOLS Free Evaluation SDK today to see what V21 has to offer you and your development team!

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Process Unstructured Data Within Insurance Cards Using LEADTOOLS Document Analyzer

The LEADTOOLS Document Analyzer SDK is one of the many new features that was introduced in version 21 of LEADTOOLS. These libraries easily and efficiently search, find, hide, highlight, and extract information from images (JPG, TIFF, PNG, PDF), PDFs, and documents (DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLX). Structured data or not, the Document Analyzer will find and process all of the information you specify.

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