david.bovill at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 18:20:11 EST 2019
Would be great to have a better description so I can see what it looks
like, and what it does? For instance i don't need or want snapshot
functionality - and I'm scared to fork out $500 for Indy - blind as i've no
real idea what is in there.
After all i just spend $80 or thereabouts on Community Plus because the
description made me think I'd have some sort of access to the commercial
plugins - only to find that is not the case. Surely this is a bad idea -
shouldn't we get some time to see if we want to buy?
On Sun, 27 Jan 2019 at 22:09, hh via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> This is now updated to v102 that removes a display bug on Windows
> where I could not make two cams visible at the same time. So, if
> you have two cameras attached then you see on MacOS the display
> of both and on Windows10 only the selected one.
> Tested to work on MacOS 10.14 and Windows 10 with LC 9.0.2 Indy.
> > hh wrote:
> > *** The stack does NOT run with LC Community ***
> > (Because it uses the cameraControl that is available in
> > the Indy or Business versions of LC only.)
> > Download IndyCam2 from "Sample stacks" or
> > http://livecodeshare.runrev.com/stack/927/
> > You can take snapshots with up to two (intern oder extern)
> > cameras, may be also simple webcams.
> > Each snapshot has at about 240 KByte.
> > The snapshots can be filtered (directly in the stack) with
> > one of the image effects from LCImageToolBox_89.
> > There is also a timer for using this as timelapseCamera,
> > shooting in intervals of 1 to 36600 seconds. While such a
> > timelapse is running you can change the camera, the image
> > filter and the interval.
> > There is help in the stack.
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