DirectShow Approach to Low-Cost Multimedia Security Surveillance System

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In response to the recent intensive needs for civilian security surveillance, both full and compact versions of a Multimedia Security Surveillance (MSS) system have been built up. The new Microsoft DirectShow technology was applied in implementing the multimedia stream-processing module. Through Microsoft Windows Driver Model interface, the chosen IEEE1394 enabled Fire-i cameras as external sensors are integrated with PC based continuous storage unit. The MSS application also allows multimedia broadcasting and remote controls. Cost analysis is included.

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Xiao, Wu December 2002.

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In response to the recent intensive needs for civilian security surveillance, both full and compact versions of a Multimedia Security Surveillance (MSS) system have been built up. The new Microsoft DirectShow technology was applied in implementing the multimedia stream-processing module. Through Microsoft Windows Driver Model interface, the chosen IEEE1394 enabled Fire-i cameras as external sensors are integrated with PC based continuous storage unit. The MSS application also allows multimedia broadcasting and remote controls. Cost analysis is included.

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Xiao, Wu. DirectShow Approach to Low-Cost Multimedia Security Surveillance System, thesis, December 2002; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc3297/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .