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#1 Posted : Tuesday, August 7, 2012 5:42:22 AM(UTC)

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The documentation for the Live Streaming module says that files can be served to IIS for streaming. I am interested in the capability. In particular, I need to stream an M-JPEG capture from a camera. I have the capture portion working correctly, I just need an example of how one would interface with IIS or Media Services to stream that file via HTTP.

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#2 Posted : Wednesday, August 8, 2012 5:00:41 AM(UTC)


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There is a way to do that by using the IIS Smooth Streaming.

For more information about the IIS Smooth Streaming, please refer to the following online help topic:

There are 2 links in this help page that show you how to play Smooth Streaming content in Silverlight and how to use the LEAD SSF Writer.

There is a demo shipped with the toolkit that could help you. You can find the demo in the following folder:
[LEADTOOLS Multimedia 17.5 Folder]\Examples\Ltmm\HTML\SSF

If you don't have LEADTOOLS Multimedia 17.5, please download the free evaluation edition using the following link:
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