We need C++ sourcecode for C++ Builder 10.2 (Target Windows). The Application should do the following: 1) play a AVI file full screen. 2) After play finished it should display a RTSP stream full screen for xx seconds 3) Play another AVI file full screen. 4) Play 4 RTSP streams simultaneously, each cover 1/4 of a full screen. 5) Return to action 1
I want to make a ffmpeg wrapper library for iOS, the wrapper must allow me to convert any media file formats to another media formats such as avi to mp4, mp4 to mp3, etc. You could use any available frameworks on the internet, the complete project must deliver a wrapper library that will be used in iOS and it can convert big file like 500MB.
Skills required: Java JAI & JMF maybe. image can open but should be able to open/display BMP file using JAI. Media player which plays different videos supp...required: Java JAI & JMF maybe. image can open but should be able to open/display BMP file using JAI. Media player which plays different videos supporting formats should be mp3g, mpeg, avi & mov.
I would need to link up Hardware 1. Touch Screen Display 2. Bill Acceptor 3. Thermal printer 4. Raspberry Pi 5. MDB to USB converter (for bill acceptor) 6. Numeric keypad 7. Harness Firmware/ Front Programming 1. MDB USB module 2. Standalone app/ interface for raspberry pi 3. GUI for the standalone app Flows 1. User use touch screen and key in unit
I need an iPhone/iPad app. I would like it designed and built. I need an app that will allow users to enter data into a blank spreadsheet or use the iOS copy function to paste rows and columns from a spreadsheet into the app. Users can then save the data as a tab delimited text file or use the iOS open in feature.
We are looking for an OCR/Screenscraping based program that will 'watch' a game of poker and log each action in text format. We have attached a screenshot of the poker app along with an example of the text output. The program must be able to support multiple games (same app, just multiple windows) and have very good accuracy, particularly when using the OCR to read the numbers. We prefer...