Real-time video capture and analysis

Richard D. Miller wow at together.net
Wed Jun 26 11:19:01 CDT 2002


It would be very helpful to get more info on this question...hopefully from
the Rev people. My company is beginning work on a very high profile project
that would bring tremendous attention to Rev...IF we can make it work from
within Rev. If the Rev people have no solution for this, is there someone on
this board who could (quickly) write a DDL or external to address this issue
so that we can use Rev as the main development environment?

Thanks.
Richard Miller

> on 6/25/02 4:03 PM, Richard D. Miller at wow at together.net wrote:
> 
>> First, is there a way to display video real-time within Rev (even 10 fps
>> will do)? And secondly, if so, would it be possible to draw on those frames
>> while they are coming into Rev? I'd probably be using a simple live motion
>> video camera like ZoomCam hooked up via USB or Firewire.
> ----------
> Thanks for asking, Richard. I don't know, but I bet someone does, and I
> can't wait to see the answers, too. I bet QuickTime's new MPEG-4 feature
> will more than meet your needs.
> 
> Ken N.
> 
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