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Hey guys, I was looking around for help about twain_32.dll or twain.dll. I wanted to see how to call them

I searched msdn but could not find much, I search the forum here and still not too much.

does anyone know how to do it with webcams.

video or still capture.

thanks


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I came across this Webcam.dll

It has functions like:

ConnectDriver

CreateWCWindow

StartRecording

FrameToClipboard

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I came across this Webcam.dll

It has functions like:

ConnectDriver

CreateWCWindow

StartRecording

FrameToClipboard

i also seem to remember a script utilizing a webcam back last july or august, maybe june? i dunno, but yeah someone on the forums definitely posted a webcam script. i'll see if i can't find it


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Thanks, hey big_daddy do you have an example???


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Hi, this is a very interesting item. I'm very interest on WebCam alo. Unfortunatedly I have no idea where to find anything, but will look arround.

Jose

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I remember posting something about this subject just a few weeks ago. Did your search of the forums find anything?

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I remember posting something about this subject just a few weeks ago. Did your search of the forums find anything?

I did and i didn't find any striate out code for it

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I don't know if this well help, but it's related to your request.

IrfanView has support for TWAIN scanners. I've not tried it with web cams, though.

VideoThumb 1.1 displays a little thumbnail of the webcam in such a way that AutoIt's PixelGetColor can read the image. (VideoThumb v2 uses DirectX or something that PixelGetColor can't read). I played with this program when I tried implementing a poor man's proximity sensor at one-tenth the cost of this device :)


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I know how to do a web cam with vb but that is not what you want. :(:);):think:

if you put up the VB code, i'm sure someone could translate

1100111 00001011101111 00011101101111 00010111100100 00001111110100 00110111110010 00101101111001 0011100i didn't make up this form of encryption, but i like it.credit to the lvl 6 challenge on arcanum.co.nz

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Well, Really it is just a mix. First i use autoit to capture screen. Then i ise vb to copy it into a picture box. I use PaintPicture() function to only cut the bit with the cam on it then i use a php script to copy it onto the internet. When viewing just download the pic and view with pic box. The computer with web cam can not be touched when it is running the program. This thing is pretty dumb but it works. :think::(

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Well, Really it is just a mix. First i use autoit to capture screen. Then i ise vb to copy it into a picture box. I use PaintPicture() function to only cut the bit with the cam on it then i use a php script to copy it onto the internet. When viewing just download the pic and view with pic box. The computer with web cam can not be touched when it is running the program. This thing is pretty dumb but it works. :think::(

wow, that does sound sloppy, i was wait for someone to do a dll call for webcam. but still nothing???1

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Any news?

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I wrote a script to monitor my construction cams a while back. What exactly are you trying to do. Maybe I can help.

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what was your script?


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