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Date Posted: 21:59:20 08/22/01 Wed
Author: Richard Creswick
Subject: Single image capture with Delphi and WDM drivers

We have a 4 port video image capture card we would like to work with Delphi. We ideally would like a component that we could put in our application that will do the displaying and storing functions. We are in WIN2000 environment and WDM drivers..

We are able to display images with the demo program supplied by the board supplier, so all is working with the drivers and Windows etc.

Basically, we want to get a still image from any of the 4 video input ports and store it in a compressed file format with a particular name we give it.
Secondly we want to display the 4 images from the 4 cameras on the screen in different positions in real time so that we can see what each camera is seeing

We have found what appears to be a good component from Germany called TSCapture which has a few problems but is written in 1999 and can't contact the writer.
Let me know if you want more details on our requirements - I hope someone can help. If you are unable to help can you point us in the right direction please.

Best regards.

Richard Creswick
Sydney Australia

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