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Mon Oct 16 13:35:59 EDT 2006
On Oct 16, 2006, at 8:57 AM, Richard Miller wrote:
> We have no problem using VideoGrabber under Windows XP. It's a
> basic component of our program. All aspects of it work perfectly.
> Quicktime works fine. Vdig is not necessary. Files need to be saved
> as .avi's... NOT .mov's on a PC. We use Unibrain firewire cameras
> (www.unibrain.com). I can give you specific coding if you want it.
Unibrain firewire cameras apparently come with a VDIG (capture driver
for QuickTime). Without the VDIG you can't get a camera to work with
If you have control of the cameras people are using then obviously
this isn't a problem and the Rev Video Grabber would work great. If
you are creating an app that people will use whatever camera they
have available then relying on QuickTime capture can be problematic.
Even the VDIG I pointed Klaus to won't give you optimal video capture
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