Actually, it'd be very easy to spy on someone when coding a native
Objective C application on the iOS. In fact, with enough dedication I
know it's technically feasible to do the same thing with Adobe Flash
Builder, just I don't want to have to senselessly go through that pain.
The iOS doesn't ask users to verify starting a camera feed and it
shouldn't - if an application is running, the permissions issues have
all been worked out because of Apple's security model, unlike Android,
where you have ...
I was all proud of myself because I got a working video demo using the
"WebCamera" class on my iPod Touch but it has one irritating problem:
the user is asked to start the video feed. Is there any way to
override/disable this so the feed starts when the user clicks on one of
my buttons? It seems silly and useless that a user should have to
navigate through both my menu and then click another button to start the
Ya I think you're a little confused on what LCCS is my friend - LCCS is
an all-in-one solution. It takes care of the whole conferencing problem
with minimal code, making Adobe do all the heavy lifting. FMS isn't used
at all - I don't think it's even possible to use a combination of LCCS
and FMS because that would be pointless - FMS already has handshake
galore built-in. The only reason you'd want to use FMS is because
deploying your own FMS cluster in the long run might be cheaper than
Is there any way to hack/force front-facing camera support? I understand
the feature is probably disabled because Android devices are a nightmare
on the front facing camera thing but I'm building an iOS app and there
shouldn't be any technical trickery to make it work.
I'm assuming you want to do this to avoid the expensive video transfer
bandwidth fees? In which case, using LCCS and specifying that you only
want to allow peer-to-peer connections will just use LCCS to do the
handshake and keep it dirt cheap.
More or less a "mask" - I'm thinking perhaps just temporarily putting a
transparent .PNG on top of the video feed? Would Flex permit
that?Ideally, I'd like to also do real-time video effects like Flash
I think I would have to make the whole application in Flash if I wanted
to do that, and I'm not confident the iPhone has enough processing power
to do that.
Hello all,I confess I'm still a total newbie with Flex so I'm more or
less throwing this out there to get an idea of technical capability. I'm
trying to create a mobile flex application that first overlays a simple
cut-out of a person on top of a live video stream from the front facing
camera before doing a 2-way chat. The idea is to help users all have the
same mobile chat experience (i.e. I want their face taking up most of
the display) - is this technically possible?Would any generous soul be...
I'm building a mobile application that LCCS seems perfect for with one
exception: there doesn't seem to be any way to record client video
streams.The natural structure of LCCS with peer multicasting looks like
there is no server middle-man that would have the ability to record RTMP
I'm wondering if anyone has any brilliant ideas on recording a local
webcam's video and an incoming video strea...