Ziggeo API affords to integrate video recording and video playback with 2 lines of code. The purpose of the service is to create asynchronous material for the benefit of viewers. The Android Java SDK offers the possibility to integrate with Android devices. Resources explain how to integrate the video player and how to integrate the video recorder. Credits to libstream, an API that allows to stream with Android with few lines of code. Available https://github.com/fyhertz/libstreaming
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In our series on video APIs we have focused on the YouTube API, but YouTube is not the only video service in town. Dailymotion is a French social video site that is especially popular in countries where YouTube has been censored. In this post we provide a step-by-step guide to using the video subset of the service's API.
For developers looking for an easy way to collect videos from users' webcams for a variety of applications, CameraTag could be just the thing. The company provides an the CameraTag API that makes it possible to add webcam video recording to websites with just one line of code. The folks at CameraTag are quite confident that their product is better and more cost effective than competitors such as framey, nimbb and framebase, that they've even included a head-to-head comparison of features and prices on their website.
There are a number of ways of delivering data in real-time but until recently it has looked like PubSubHubbub, with the backing of Google, was going to be the preferred method. However, the past couple of weeks have seen a couple of interesting developments which could indicate that the developer community may actually prefer HTTP Streaming.