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is there any way to read streamed video binary (in a webservice operation) and change format or add logo to it on base 64 without using ffmpeg?
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There are a couple. Not sure why you do not want to use the excellent ffmpeg, but you can consider JMF: http://java.sun.com/javase/technologies/desktop/media/jmf/ or GStreamer: http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/ or DirectShow plus Direct Media objects (but I'm not sure the latter can do what you ask: chagne format etc).

Since ffmpeg is open source, you can also extract the portions that you need and use that in your code (make sure to link to the GPL though).

In short, you will find out that most formats are supported by ffmpeg and all other libraries and frameworks only support parts. Also, many other frameworks actually use ffmpeg or parts of it....
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by:CahitEy
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is there any complete source for asp.net on http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org i could not find one
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Here is some info on how to use it with C#: http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/wiki/GStreamerSharp and http://abock.org/2006/07/12/gstreamer-c-binding-update

As you can see, you can use it (a bit) but will have to test and try a lot yourself. They'd be very happy if any findings or proceedings on the project are posted back, or if you can even take over. But that might be the price you need to pay if you want to do streaming without ffmpeg and still want open source alternatives...
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sorry for late return
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