- Getting started
- C# nuget package
- C# git repository
- IP video camera viewer
- Connect to USB camera
- Connect to RTSP camera
- Connect to ONVIF camera
- Play audio from a camera
- Send audio to a camera
- Query stream parameters
- Resize camera picture
- Mirror the camera picture
- Control the frame rate
- Setup the white balance
- Backlight compensation
- Change the video resolution
- Concat multiple video source
- PTZ IP camera motion control
- Onvif network video recorder
- SMS notifications
- Motion detection and alarms
- IP camera to SIP video call
- Configure Onvif IP cam remotely
- Onvif IP camera video server
- Video stream on website
- Onvif Network Video Analytics
- Onvif IP Camera Manager
- Computer Vision Technology
- Motion recognition
- Object detection
- Object categorization
- Image Manipulation
- Ozeki SDK for Linux
- Supported cameras
- Download the SDK
- Copy the C# code example into Visual Studio
- Build your IP Camera project
Did you know?
Did you know, that this SDK was used to build Ozeki Camera Recorder?
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How to create an IP video camera viewer in C#.NET
In this tutorial you can learn how to write such codes in C#, which handle an IP camera using Ozeki Camera SDK.
In these lectures you can get to know how you can display the camera image depending on the camera type (USB, ONVIF, RTSP). You can also read about transformation options such as resizing, flipping (vertically and horizontally).
If you want, your application will be able to play the audio coming from the IP camera. It is especially important, when you develop a video chat program or you just want to hear what's going on in the office.
In addition, the SDK helps you to set the adjustment values (saturation, contrast, brightness, white balance, backlight) and query a lots of useful information about the IP camera.
Even if this would not be enough for starting, it is also possible to cover the area of setting frame rate, where you can modify the input frame numbers from the camera. So if you want to record something (see later in Tutorial 3) for a long term and it's not full motion (e.g. at a bank ATM) then reduce the frame rate and you will save a lot of space for recording.
You can find clear explanation (including code snippets and GUI screenshots) for every examples related to the functionalities mentioned above. The full source code of each example project can be downloaded and the FAQ section gives answers for the most commonly asked questions.
This lecture presents how to connect to your USB camera and how to display the picture in a Windows Forms application. Start now
This lecture demonstrates how to connect to your RTSP camera and how to view the video in a Windows Forms application. Start now
In this lecture you can get to know how to connect to your Onvif IP camera and how to view its picture by using C#.NET. Start now
This lecture explains how to play audio coming from an RTSP camera or Onvif IP camera by using your PC speaker. Start now
In addition to accepting, you can also send audio to your IP camera. This lecture shows how you can implement this feature. Start now
Find out how to query the audio/video stream parameters (frame rate, resolution, codecs, etc.) of a broadcasted IP camera. Start now
This lecture in intended to be a great explanation on how to resize the picture of a broadcasted IP camera to be able to display that. Start now
In this lecture you can learn how to reflect the picture of a broadcasted IP camera horizontally and vertically. Start now
You can learn how to setup the Brightness, Saturation and Contrast values of your IP camera picture. Start now
Using this lecture you can learn about how you can adjust your IP camera picture quality by controlling the frame rate. Start now
This lecture shows you how to optimize your IP camera picture by setting the white balance using C#.NET. Start now
This lecture is meant to be a comprehensive explanation on how to use the back light compensation. Start now
In this lecture you can learn about how you can change the resolution of the IP camera's video stream using C#. Start now