July Product Release (x.3.2)

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    Tanmay Mukherjee

    Dear Anton,

    Firstly great work. Much congratulations to you and your team.

    I am working on Windows 8 Tablet and looking at your products i.e. IceLink WebRTC and hoping to find any working example of the video chat in windows 8. What I can see is only Text Chat.

    Anton, I tried to work on the A/V chat on Windows 8 but I got stucked in AudioCaptureProvider and VideoCaptureProvider because Aforge and Naudio is not compatible to Winodws 8 Metro Apps.

    Can you please guide me ?

     

    Best regards and once again kudos for great product

     

     

     

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    Anton Venema

    Hi Tanmay!

    At the moment, we have WebRTC audio/video support included for iOS, Android, Mac, and PC (.NET) applications. Windows Phone audio/video support is in the works, but not quite there yet! The demand for iOS and Android support is higher, so we focused on getting those platforms working first. Keep an eye on our announcements section here, as we will definitely be posting when it's added!

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    Anton Venema

    Whoops, I meant Windows 8, not Windows Phone, but we have plans to add support for both platforms.

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    Tanmay Mukherjee

    Thats a very fast response. Great !! My GOD.

    Any expected date of releasing this ?? As I am desperate and clients cannot wait more. 

    Regards

     

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    Tanmay Mukherjee

    Even any idea of how it can be approached, can help me  and I can look into that and if succeeded I will upload the sources for you so that may be your team can get some help. 

     

    Regards

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    Anton Venema

    We don't have an expected date yet. We are focusing on improving our native web browser support in the next (August) release to include Firefox and Opera, so Windows 8 and Windows Phone support is a likely candidate for the following (September) release.

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    Anton Venema

    If you want to start putting something together, you will need the following 5 pieces:

    • A VideoCodec implementation for Windows 8 that uses VP8 to encode/decode video.
    • A VideoRenderProvider implementation, which takes decoded video frames as byte arrays and renders them.
    • A VideoCaptureProvider implementation, which should capture video frames from the device's camera and raise them as byte arrays.
    • An AudioRenderProvider implementation, which takes decoded audio frames as byte arrays and plays them to the device's audio output.
    • An AudioCaptureProvider implementation, which should capture audio frames from the device's audio input and raise them as byte arrays.

    We are more than happy to support your efforts, so if you get stuck, create a new thread in the IceLink Community Support forum.

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    Tanmay Mukherjee

    Wow !! Many thanks. I will look on this aspect , As i had made the similar Sink Filters and Decoders and Encoders using Directshow API for PC. I think I have to rewrite now for the Windows 8 Metro.

    I will keep you posted on my any new update via a separate thread. 

     

    Great thank to you.

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