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Design and Implementation of Network Video Client Based on WEB

Author: ZhaoZuo
Tutor: ShenSuBin
School: Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Course: Applied Computer Technology
Keywords: Network Video Video player Visual control
CLC: TP311.52
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2012
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Abstract


With the video surveillance system to a fully digital network video surveillance by traditional analog video surveillance development , application , and the rapid expansion of the geographical coverage range , are very difficult to deploy , manage and maintain a video surveillance system based on C / S structure . Therefore, the study of network video surveillance system based on B / S structure , expand and optimize the function of the video player embedded in a web page , user-friendly browsing the network in real time video . Video playback software for the application needs of the system , the function expansion and optimization . Combined with ActiveX controls and digital signature technology to study the different versions of Windows operating system controls download security mechanisms , considering the development of cost factors , given a feasible control download program ; VLC (Video Lan Client) source , improved controls mouse support functions , combined with the Windows interface programming techniques and WinSock network communication technology , to solve video visual control problems ; extended control frame rate interface to solve the problem of the status of the test of the video transmission dropped frames . Expansion and optimization of the function test , the test results show that : Windows7, Vista and XP systems environment , the use of IE6 and above browsers can download controls play video security and stability , and control the installation process is simple , easy to operate reliable ; video control functions , user mouse control video , easy operation ; frame dropping video transmission in the current network conditions , can be judged by comparing the camera frame rate and the client frame rate , providing the basis for later adaptive adjustment of the video transmission .

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