Sample source code below will show you how to cope with a difficult task like record screen in ASP.NET. ByteScout Screen Capturing SDK is the SDK for developers for quick implementation of screen video recording. The SDK records screen into video or into a series of screenshots. Can also record audio. Saves video into AVI,WMV and Google’s WebM. Output video quality, size, resolution or framerate can be adjusted easily. Provides additional tools for privacy features like blacking out on scren areas with sensitive information on screen right during recording. Supports web camera as input and can add instant text and images into video output. It can be used to record screen using ASP.NET.
This rich sample source code in ASP.NET for ByteScout Screen Capturing SDK includes the number of functions and options you should do calling the API to record screen. Just copy and paste the code into your ASP.NET application’s code and follow the instruction. You can use these ASP.NET sample examples in one or many applications.
Free trial version of ByteScout Screen Capturing SDK is available on our website. Documentation and source code samples are included.
Interact with desktop permission may be required to run Screen Capturing SDK or SWF To Video SDK from service or to convert interactive ("live") flash movies with SWF To Video SDK You may set this "Allow to interact with desktop" checkbox for the user that is used to run the service/app For IIS asp.net apps this user name is typically IIS_... user name Important note for Windows Server 2008 or later Newest Windows has disabled interactive services New Windows versions are no longer allowing to run interactive services by default to prevent services from accessing the desktop (to provide more security) If you must run a Screen Capturing SDK or SWF To Video SDK from an interactive service then you may sacrifice server stability for compatibility by changing the following registry value from the default of "1" to "0". HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows NoInteractiveServices Then reboot so Windows will pick the new value from the registry and the Interactive Services Detection Service will start. To make this change manually please do the following Start the registry editor (regedit.exe) in As Administrator mode Locate the following Registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Windows on the left side double-click the NoInteractiveServices entry on the right side and change its value from 1 to 0 Then click OK and close the registry editor Restart the computer