Tuesday, December 26, 2006
After few sick days I am back and again making progress on all fronts ;-) .
There were number of improvements in the Wiki page generator. The first prototype of the Wiki synchronizer is operational and I have been testing it for a while with a test wiki site.
VideoLab .NET and AudioLab .NET now have test installs are have been submitted to selected beta customers for early evaluation and feedback. due to some serious issues with the new Microsoft VC++/CLI now I am seriously considering using native C++ and C# to generate the .NET proxies. We will do some evaluation of the techniques in the next month or so, and will decide based on the results.
The IPP 5.1 conversion also is going well with a single component left that still shows some misbehaviour. Hopefully it will be resolved in the next few days.
I have also set up news server and will be making it public in the next few days. Here are some of the newsgroups:
you can also access the newsgroups through web interface here:
You can explore to see all the newsgroups :-) .
Stay tuned for more.
Tuesday, December 12, 2006
We also have added ASF Player component in VideoLab and now can support IP streams with authentication including IP Cameras. As a next step we will be exploring the VideoLAN integration.
Stay tuned form more news.
Wednesday, December 06, 2006
We have exported mist of the help files to Wiki and they are available here:
This is read only version for now. We will be working to export the rest of the Help files and to get synchronization tools to keep the future changes in sync. Once this is done we will enable the site for editing.
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Friday, December 01, 2006
Finally SignalLab is also ported. I will post demo applications running on it soon.
From here on it's testing and bug fixing as well as work on installers, generic filters, demos and documentations, and I just thought the tough part was over ;-) .
Visit the Blog again to see snapshots of more test applications.
Thursday, November 30, 2006
There are still 6 components from VideoLab and AudioLab that did not port without some manual changes. We will be working to improve the parser to get them to convert correctly. Obviously the next frontier is poring SignalLab - the most component rich of them all ;-) .
Stay tuned for more updates, and if you are interested in getting .NET prerelease of the libraries, please contact me at email@example.com .
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
We hope to have some early prerelease available in the next few days. I plan to spend the rest of the week refining the "VCL in .NET" code converter and writing installation script for the library.
Here you can see a Snapshot of a C# .NET 2.0 project with the PlotLab and the few ported VideoLab components on the Toolbox.
The library has exactly the same performance under .NET as in native Win32 application. This is due to the fact that all the video processing is performed in native thread while the application runs in Managed code. This allows creating of true real time video processing applications using any .NET 2.0 tool such as C# or Visual Basic.NET.
Stay tuned for more updates.