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Sample Application: Video Gallery

Abstract
This sample application shows how to use the HTML5 video Video Tag in a Windows* Store app. The application is written in JavaScript* and it shows a gallery view from video files in the user’s video library. The application plays all video files simultaneously when it starts. The user can also select a video file to play individually.

  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Windows*
  • HTML5
  • JavaScript*
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • windows
  • store
  • video
  • Windows 8* Store
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
  • Touch Interfaces
  • Sample Application: Camera API

    Abstract
    This sample application shows how to use Windows* 8 Capture API in a Windows Store app. The application sets up a preview stream and allows a user to adjust different properties of the camera (Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Focus). It can also take a photo snapshot with user-specified camera settings.

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  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Windows*
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • windows
  • store
  • application
  • Capture
  • api
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
  • Touch Interfaces
  • Sample Application: Data Encryption

    Abstract 
    This is a sample application that shows how to create a Windows 8 store style application that encrypts the data on your device.  It uses the new Windows 8 Runtime Crypto APIs and it is written in JavaScript.  This application asks users to select file (video, picture, etc.) and encrypt the selected file using AES encryption algorithm.  

  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Windows*
  • JavaScript*
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • windows
  • store
  • runtime
  • crypto
  • APIs
  • encryption
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
  • Touch Interfaces
  • Sample Application: Video Transcoder

    Abstract
    This sample application shows how to use the JavaScript* Media Transcoding API in a Windows* Store app. The application asks users to select one source video file and their choice of codec (H264, MPEG-4, or VC1) and resolution (480p, 720p, or 1080p). It then transcodes the file into one or more target video files with the user-specified codec and resolution.

  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Windows*
  • JavaScript*
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • windows
  • store
  • media
  • transcoding
  • api
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
  • Touch Interfaces
  • Sample Application: Video Chat

    Abstract
    This sample application shows how to use the HTML5 video Video Tag in a Windows* Store app. The application is written in JavaScript* and it shows a gallery view from video files in the user’s video library. The application plays all video files simultaneously when it starts. The user can also select a video file to play individually.

  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Windows*
  • JavaScript*
  • windows
  • store
  • video
  • chat
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
  • Touch Interfaces
  • Sample Application: Video Player

    Abstract
    This sample application shows how to use the HTML5 video Video Tag in a Windows* Store app. The application is written in JavaScript* and it shows a gallery view from video files in the user’s video library. The application plays all video files simultaneously when it starts. The user can also select a video file to play individually.

  • Developers
  • Microsoft Windows* 8
  • Windows*
  • Java*
  • windows
  • store
  • video
  • WindowsCodeSample
  • Microsoft Windows* 8 Style UI
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