The ByteScout Screen Capturing C# SDK allows you to add functionality to record screen as video, capture screenshots, record from web camera or from both into your Windows applications. It records video into WMV and AVI video formats, can record from screen and add live video overlay from web-camera, optionally records audio track for video and more. ByteScout allows you to create 1D and 2D barcodes, inserts barcodes to any PDF documents and creates batch barcodes. The ByteScout Cloud Web API enables developers with the ability to make conversions using HTML to PDF, PDF to CSV, PDF to TXT, PDF to JSON and more. The API splits and merge PDFs, reads and generates barcodes, reads Excel files and spreadsheets, and converts to JSON. ByteScout, Inc. provides specialized components for software developers and various Windows utilities based on these components.
Synq has hit the market with a video API designed to bring video capabilities to apps. Unlike many existing video platforms, Synq is not a standalone video management system that brings apps into its ecosystem. Synq hopes that this developer-first mindset will set it apart from other video services.
Bitmovin became the latest video platform to suggest its new API is the first end-to-end, video infrastructure API to hit the market. Similar to its competitor, Synq, Bitmovin released its API with claims that it serves the video space the same way Twilio serves telephony, or Stripe for payments.
Zinc.tv, an Internet video content management system, provides a suite of cloud based apps that allow users to create custom platforms that manage their internet television content. Over the past 4 years Zinc.tv has been steadily evolving into a system that goes beyond an end-user application. The company pays close attention to how users maneuver and creates tools to improve the user experience. One great tool is the Zinc.tv Remote Control API. This API helps developers integrate a user's remote control with Zinc’s online video functions.