Streaming FLV, F4V, VOB, MPEG2, MOV, H.264, MP4, 3GP, MPEG1, DIVX, AVI, WMV, ASF video files in real time to client computers. It include Video Broadcast Encoder ActiveX and Video Broadcast Player. Built-in mov, FLV, F4V, MPEG2,VOB, 3gp, mp4 decoder, it support broadcasting FLV, F4V, VOB, MPEG2, AVI, divx, mpeg1, mov, 3gp, mp4 video files over lan and internet. Support add on any directshow compatible decoder. Create high quality video and audio for realtime streaming , Allow to adjust Video Bitrate, Audio Bitrate, frame rate, Width, Height, Time out values before broadcasting. Support broadcasting from playback list with different video format. Return current broadcasting position, total duration of video files. It have client connected , disconnected event , include the client IP address information. Video Broadcast Player support aspect ratio control and allow resize the video screen in design time or runtime. Video Broadcast Player support full screen mode, adjust sound volume. Compatible with any programming language that supports ActiveX (Adobe Director, Access, Visual C , Visual Basic , Visual Foxpro, Delphi, .Net, etc.) Include VB.Net, VB, c#2005 Sample Code. fixed video broadcast encoder ActiveX crash issue. update mov decoder, support HD mov video. added FLV, F4V, VOB, MPEG2 decoder, it support broadcast FLV, F4V, VOB, MPEG2 video. support adjust sound volume in video broadcast player. support full screen preview video in video broadcast player. support use keyboard or mouse to clear full screen mode. added SetSoundVolume, ShowFullScreen methods. added ClearFullScreenKey, ClearFullScreenMouseButton, ClearFullScreenType, ReceivedFullScreenHWnd properties. fixed no video display on window 7 issue. fixed lock MP4, MOV, 3GP files, even stop broadcasting. updated FLV decoder, now support more FLV, F4V videos.
Outlook Redemption - distributable version - Outlook Redemption works around limitations imposed by the Outlook Security Patch plus provides a
number of objects and functions to work with properties and functionality not exposed
through the... ...