Hi to all
I have asp.net 2.0 & VS 2005. I want to play a video file in my web application, is there any control for this else help me how to play video in browser. Is this complex ?
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i am developing web portal, which suppose to upload video in sql2005 and should be able to retrieve that video on request
and play in aspx page with windows media player.
I wnt to play video but media play is not support to all mobile so any other option is there to play video
plz help me
i am new to technology so go easy on this post
according to what i read from web there are 3 type of custom server controls
i found video tutorial for superclass custom server control but couldnt find video tutials for other 2.
please forward me link for composite and rendered custom server controls video tutorial
i am new to forum and technology so please go easy
according to what i read from web there 3 types of custom server controls
i found video tutorial to create and use superclass custom control in your project (extending dropdown control functionality)
i am trying to search video tutorial for other 2 types .please help me.
I need some help with video embedding in ASP.NET. So I am developing a litle custom blog and I need users to upload Quick Time videos (.mp4,.3gp) but I also need when upload completes to take a snapshot from the uploaded video which should be used as a link to a page that plays the video, in other words I need to take a frame from this video file... Do you have any idea how this is possible??
Thanks in advance
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