Posted February 10, 2011 9:12 AM
Categories: .NET | Coding4Fun | Hardware | MIX10 | Silverlight | Windows Phone | WPF | XNA
My latest article and library is now live on the brand new Coding4Fun site, now on Channel 9, and over at CodePlex. This project allows you to very easily decode a MJPEG (Motion JPEG) stream from a network camera (or any other source) into a consumable type for WinForms, WPF, Silverlight, XNA and Windows Phone 7 (both Silverlight and XNA).
The MJPEG Decoder library started life as a project for the t-shirt cannon built for the MIX10 keynote. The original plan was to have an IP camera attached to the robot for a real-time video stream from the bot's perspective, but the feature wound up being cut for time, and due to some issues rendering the video on the very early Windows Phone 7 tools. The library has been sitting around a while, has gone through several rewrites and now supports almost every platform I can think of. With the new Coding4Fun up and running, it was time to polish it off and get it posted.
Take a look at the article, download the binaries and source, and let me know how it works!