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Real Time Video Streaming in Windows Mobile

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I need to do real time video streaming in windows mobile 5 or 6.
The application should be able to record video, transfer it in real time over Wi-Fi network to another Pocket PC.
Any idea how am I supposed to do that? I am new to this development.
Thanks in advance.
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Mika613, thanks for the reply.

Windows Media Player Control has the ability to play local or stream video. How about the capturing video itself?
In addition, some Pocket PCs have 2 built-in cameras (front and back camera). How am i going to choose which camera to use?

I looked through the DirectShow. I don't quite understand how it works.

Lastly, my application should be able to stream the real time video to another Pocket PC, not to Windows Server.

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Is that a commercial product?
I need to develop the application without purchasing third party API. Anyway, there is one similar application to my project. It is called Microsoft Portrait

http://research.microsoft.com/mcom/portrait/

This is something that i need.
Thank you
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