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The NET Target Format

The NET Target Format, supported by both Capture and Convert objects, enables you to establish a server capable of sending multimedia data over a TCP/IP network with just few lines of code. target format
The format to be used for the converted file. This includes the file format, any special settings used by that format, and which audio and/or video codec is to be used for the conversion, and any special settings used by the codecs.

With the Capture Object:

Using Leadtools.Multimedia.TargetFormatType.Net as the target format will prepare the toolkit for sending the capture streams over the network. The server IP address is set via the TargetFile property, using an URI string with the 'ltsf://' prefix.

With the Convert Object:

Using Leadtools.Multimedia.TargetFormatType.Net as the target format will prepare the toolkit for sending the streams in the source file over the network. The server IP address is set via the TargetFile property, using an URI string with the 'ltsf://' prefix. For more information about the TargetFile syntax when using the NET target format, refer to Target File Syntax. For more information, refer to LEAD Network Sink , and LEAD Network Multiplexer.

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Target File Syntax

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