I posted this question on the WPF forums (original URL:
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/wpf/thread/0b6afcf1-f223-4519-9bf3-196559774372) and have not yet received a response. I came across the WPF MediaKit project and was wondering if you thought this was an avenue that would work for my
scenario. Any suggestion is appreciated. Thanks!
I seem to have hit a snag with this and hope that someone out there has a solution.
I am building software to control and communicate with a piece of hardware which will be acquiring a massive amount of video. The video will be processed in realtime, as it's being acquired, to extract any information we need.
This video will not be persisted at all - it is just not possible to do so...
My problem is this: I need to display the video stream in my WPF client application. I have access to the server:port (non-windows server, and cannot install a media server) and can get a byte stream of the video being acquired;
however, the MediaElement's Source property is a Uri. Any thoughts on how to get my non-persistable video stream to display on in my WPF client?
Any input or thoughts would greatly be appreciated.