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Webcam streaming and recording in asp.net

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi everyone I want to know about Webcam streaming over the web using c# and asp.net by using multiple cameras.I am unable to do this.So please help me out so that i can implement my application.I am able to stream by using single camera.

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I am trying to send the large file (approx 1.5GB) to the WCF service for upload using basic http streaming.

I have increased all the timeouts and quotas in the server and client's config files to quite large values, but still I am getting Bad Request error on the client.


Also the Bad request message is returned always in 1 minute 30 seconds after sending the request to server.


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Streaming in wcf with Mtom messageEncoding Type


Hi all,

I just want to know that Can I use Mtom as messageEncoding type with transferMode="Stream" for large data transfer.

I have try to use this thing but it is not working and throws me error(400 error).

Plz give me answer if any one knows.


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