Handling Real Time Video

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Handling Real Time Video

Post by Physics_Guru » Wed Apr 20, 2005 12:43 am

I've been looking through the wxWidgets code for anything in regards to handling real time video coming into the system via a webcam or any USB based camera. Everything I have found so far seems to be geared to playing back movie files and such....

What I would like to do is grab video feed from a USB camera and display it. I also want to be able to record it to disk. I will also want to have the features to play it back but that is already handled in the code.

So, anyone know of a good way to do that?

-- I am working with a usb camera that does not have an API or SDK to access it so I need to access the camera through Windows and not directly.
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Post by upCASE » Wed Apr 20, 2005 6:11 am

Hi!
Not sure about this but check the contributions on the wxWidgets website. Look for
1. wxIA (seems to handle still images)
2. wxLIVID (Not sure if it's still developed)
3. wxVidCap
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