Tutorial 5:

How to send IP camera stream to SIP video call in C#

In this tutorial you can learn more about how to write such codes in C#, which handle an IP camera using Ozeki Camera SDK. These lectures present how it is possible to send/receive the image of your IP camera image to/from a video phone call for security reasons.

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.

Lecture 1: Call IP camera from videophone in C#

Ozeki Camera SDK makes it possible to forward Onvif IP camera stream to a SIP video call by using your own C#-based Windows Forms application. This lecture will introduce how to setup a SIP account that can be used to register your application to a PBX (Public Branch eXchange) and to connect to an IP camera. Take a look at this lecture and learn about how to call an Onvif IP camera from a SIP video phone in order to view the IP camera picture and listen to the voice. Start now

Lecture 3: Call camera from SIP audio phone in C#

In this tutorial you can learn how to register a SIP phone to a PBX and send the camera voice to the SIP phone automatically using Ozeki Camera SDK. Start now

Lecture 2: Alarm call to a video phone in C#

In addition to receiving a SIP video call, it is also possible to make an outgoing SIP call by using your C# application. This lecture demonstrates how to build a program that is able to call a SIP video phone by pressing a button and that can be used to send the IP camera image and voice to the SIP video call. Study this lecture and find out how to make an alarm call to a SIP video phone and broadcast IP camera pictures on motion detection events. Start now