Need source code for video/voice chat.

Hello All,

Can somebody send me Delphi source code for video/voice simple chat?
I need to get fast realization with using TServerSocket and TClientSocket.
And this software should work with 56K dial-up modem...

Can somebody help me?
doswareAsked:
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TheLeaderCommented:
as a suggestion, it will be much faster if you use indy
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doswareAuthor Commented:
Are you have any solution with Indy?

But will be better if you have solution with TServer&TClient sockets...

But with Indy not bad too...

Thanks for reply
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TheLeaderCommented:
actually i don't have any code i wrote with video/audio chat
but if you use indy & even if you plan in the future to be conferance, i think you better start with indy, its much more faster than the reguler TServer&TClient.
anyway. I'll give it a try ;)
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doswareAuthor Commented:
I have done example with TClientServer and TClientClient, but it normally works if it transfers audio stream, but when I'm trying to transer video stream it can not work...

I don't know why?!
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doswareAuthor Commented:
TheLeader, Probably you know somebody who knows what I can do?
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Wim ten BrinkSelf-employed developerCommented:
Oh, boy... You want to send a large amount of data over a slow, small connection... Reminds me of an ex-girlfriend of mine who always bought shoes one size smaller than her real size. They would fit, if she really pushed her feet in it quite hard and the shoe was strong enough not to tear apart from all the pressure inside. You are actually trying to do something similar. What you will need first is a very good compression technique, allowing you to minimize the amount of data required. Keep in mind that sound and image quality will be quite bad, compared to what modern techniques can do.
And to be honest, if you want high-performance, extreme compression rates and small bandwidth, I think you'd better use C++ for this project. More complex perhaps but in these cases C++ does provide a better performance.
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doswareAuthor Commented:
NetMeeting normally works with 56K dial-up modem, it mean that somebody else can do it also...
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Wim ten BrinkSelf-employed developerCommented:
True. But Netmeeting is highly optimized, written in C++ and uses a good compression method. I'm not saying it can't be done, just that Delphi will not be the optimal development language for a thing like this.
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doswareAuthor Commented:
I have done IE-Toolbar in Delphi and it normally works :) Therefore I think it will work too and not bad that C++ version. Thank you very much. But I think I need more constructive comments.
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insomniac92Commented:
why don't you just import the Netmeeting control into delphi and use it in your app instead?
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doswareAuthor Commented:
No I can't because I do not need NetMeeting clone. I want to watch no more than one user...
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Lee_NoverCommented:
ugh .. my server downed again ..
anyway I have 2 sample projects doing exactly that
one for audio and the other for video
you'll just have to combine the codes :)
will get back later when I get home and "fix" the server
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doswareAuthor Commented:
2Lee_Nover: THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
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doswareAuthor Commented:
Hello Lee_Nover,

Thank you very much for your examples, but I have done own version :)

1 server to 2 clients with 56K dial-up modem and 1 server to 40 clients with T1...

THANK YOU VERY MUCH BUD!
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ngocquynh85Commented:
hi dosware,
can you send me your version ??
I want make a room chat (voice) in my website :)
Thank you
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