Datastead Software | Professional video capture SDK, IP Camera SDK, Player SDK for Visual Studio .NET, C#, VB, Delphi, C++ Builder

Datastead Software | Professional video capture SDK, IP Camera SDK, Player SDK for Visual Studio .NET, C#, VB, Delphi, C++ Builder

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Datastead NDI Filters 1.0. Royalty-free developer license. 2 years of upgrades and support included

The Datastead Multipurpose Encoder is a DirectShow multiplexer that behaves as a sink filter, able to encode audio/video streams through the command line of an LGPL build of FFmpeg included. It can encode in H264 through the OpenH264 codec and supports hardware encoding through DXVA, Intel QuickSync or NVidia CUVID. With this filter, it is possible to encode the audio/video streams to various file containers (e.g. MP4) or to push them to Wowza or other media servers. This filter is natively supported by our TVideoGrabber SDK, allowing them to record real-time sources like webcams, HD PCIe cards or IP cameras. To configure the filter, just invoke SetCommandLine from the filter interface and specify the desired command line, along with some reserved keywords for the filter control. When the graph runs, the transcoder process starts in the background and stops when the graph is stopped. Pause/Resume is supported. Several instances of the filter can be used concurrently in the same application. Additionally to this default DirectShow behaviour, the “PAUSEWHENSTOP” feature allows pausing the process while the graph is stopped and to resume it when the graph is run again, allowing to build in real-time a single audio/video clip from the start/stop sequences separated in time. Adding the “SHOWCONSOLE” keyword displays the FFMPEG console during the encoding for debugging or monitoring purposes.

Datastead NDI Filters 1.0. Royalty-free developer license | Datastead Software

The Datastead Multipurpose Encoder is a DirectShow multiplexer that behaves as a sink filter, able to encode audio/video streams through the command line of an LGPL build of FFmpeg included. It can encode in H264 through the OpenH264 codec and supports hardware encoding through DXVA, Intel QuickSync or NVidia CUVID. With this filter, it is possible to encode the audio/video streams to various file containers (e.g. MP4) or to push them to Wowza or other media servers. This filter is natively supported by our TVideoGrabber SDK, allowing them to record real-time sources like webcams, HD PCIe cards or IP cameras. To configure the filter, just invoke SetCommandLine from the filter interface and specify the desired command line, along with some reserved keywords for the filter control. When the graph runs, the transcoder process starts in the background and stops when the graph is stopped. Pause/Resume is supported. Several instances of the filter can be used concurrently in the same application. Additionally to this default DirectShow behaviour, the “PAUSEWHENSTOP” feature allows pausing the process while the graph is stopped and to resume it when the graph is run again, allowing to build in real-time a single audio/video clip from the start/stop sequences separated in time. Adding the “SHOWCONSOLE” keyword displays the FFMPEG console during the encoding for debugging or monitoring purposes.

Multipurpose DirectShow Encoder Filter 1.7. Royalty-free developer license. 2 years of upgrades and support included

The Datastead Multipurpose Encoder is a DirectShow multiplexer that behaves as a sink filter, able to encode audio/video streams through the command line of the LGPL build of FFmpeg included. It can encode in H264 through the OpenH264 codec and supports hardware encoding through DXVA, Intel QuickSync or NVidia CUVID. With this filter is possible to encode the audio/video streams to various file containers (e.g. MP4) or to push them to Wowza or other media servers. This filter is natively supported by our TVideoGrabber SDK, allowing them to record real-time sources like webcams, HD PCIe cards or IP cameras. To configure the filter, just invoke SetCommandLine from the filter interface and specify the desired command line, along with some reserved keywords for the filter control. When the graph runs, the transcoder process starts in the background and stops when the graph is stopped. Pause/Resume is supported. Several instances of the filter can be used concurrently in the same application. Additionally to this default DirectShow behaviour, the “PAUSEWHENSTOP” feature allows pausing the process while the graph is stopped and to resume it when the graph is run again, allowing to build in real-time a single audio/video clip from the start/stop sequences separated in time. Adding the “SHOWCONSOLE” keyword displays the FFMPEG console during the encoding for debugging or monitoring purposes.

Multipurpose DirectShow Encoder Filter | Datastead Software

The Datastead Multipurpose Encoder is a DirectShow multiplexer that behaves as a sink filter, able to encode audio/video streams through the command line of the LGPL build of FFmpeg included. It can encode in H264 through the OpenH264 codec and supports hardware encoding through DXVA, Intel QuickSync or NVidia CUVID. With this filter is possible to encode the audio/video streams to various file containers (e.g. MP4) or to push them to Wowza or other media servers. This filter is natively supported by our TVideoGrabber SDK, allowing them to record real-time sources like webcams, HD PCIe cards or IP cameras. To configure the filter, just invoke SetCommandLine from the filter interface and specify the desired command line, along with some reserved keywords for the filter control. When the graph runs, the transcoder process starts in the background and stops when the graph is stopped. Pause/Resume is supported. Several instances of the filter can be used concurrently in the same application. Additionally to this default DirectShow behaviour, the “PAUSEWHENSTOP” feature allows pausing the process while the graph is stopped and to resume it when the graph is run again, allowing to build in real-time a single audio/video clip from the start/stop sequences separated in time. Adding the “SHOWCONSOLE” keyword displays the FFMPEG console during the encoding for debugging or monitoring purposes.

RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/ONVIF DirectShow Source Filter 7.4. Royalty-free developer license. 2 years of upgrades and support included

The RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/ONVIF DirectShow Source Filter can control ONVIF PTZ cameras, capture RTSP, RTMP, UDP, TCP, MMS, HTTP streams, render uncompressed audio and video streams, and can simultaneously record the audio/video streams to a file without decompression/recompression. It is also able to re-stream the source to another UDP or RTSP destination. Most of the audio/video codecs can be decoded, including H264 and H265.

RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/ONVIF DirectShow Source Filter | Datastead Software

The RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/ONVIF DirectShow Source Filter can control ONVIF PTZ cameras, capture RTSP, RTMP, UDP, TCP, MMS, HTTP streams, render uncompressed audio and video streams, and can simultaneously record the audio/video streams to a file without decompression/recompression. It is also able to re-stream the source to another UDP or RTSP destination. Most of the audio/video codecs can be decoded, including H264 and H265.

TVideoGrabber Video SDK 12.1. Royalty-free developer license. 2 years of upgrades and support included

The TVideoGrabber SDK lets you save time and money adding video features to your application developed in, C#, VB, Delphi, C++Builder, C++ or QT. The major features include capture, recording, playback and re-streaming of IP cameras, webcams, Blackmagic Declink, GigE cameras including IDS cameras, theImagingSource cameras, OsPrey analogue capture cards, Avermedia HD capture, etc… ONVIF IP cameras are supported after installing the Datastead RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/ONVIF DirectShow source filter. You can decode and display the cameras while recording the H264, H264 or MJPEG stream to MP4 or another format, restream the URL to UDP or RTSP, and control the PTZ of the cameras. During the recording, it is possible to generate new files on the fly without losing frames between each file. It is also possible to record the video stream of an IP camera with the audio of the PC microphone or another audio capture device. The optional Datastead Multipurpose DirectShow Encoder gives full control on to produce MP4 files or restream in UDP or RTSP. It is possible to stream audio/video directly to the network, or through media servers, or to merge several clips into a single one, split a clip into smaller clips and transcode them to different formats.

TVideoGrabber Video SDK | Datastead Software

The TVideoGrabber SDK lets you save time and money adding video features to your application developed in, C#, VB, Delphi, C++Builder, C++ or QT. The major features include capture, recording, playback and re-streaming of IP cameras, webcams, Blackmagic Declink, GigE cameras including IDS cameras, theImagingSource cameras, OsPrey analogue capture cards, Avermedia HD capture, etc… ONVIF IP cameras are supported after installing the Datastead RTSP/RTMP/HTTP/ONVIF DirectShow source filter. You can decode and display the cameras while recording the H264, H264 or MJPEG stream to MP4 or another format, restream the URL to UDP or RTSP, and control the PTZ of the cameras. During the recording, it is possible to generate new files on the fly without losing frames between each file. It is also possible to record the video stream of an IP camera with the audio of the PC microphone or another audio capture device. The optional Datastead Multipurpose DirectShow Encoder gives full control on to produce MP4 files or restream in UDP or RTSP. It is possible to stream audio/video directly to the network, or through media servers, or to merge several clips into a single one, split a clip into smaller clips and transcode them to different formats.