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take a picture with command line?

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ConsultingJoe

is there a way to take a picture with the commandline and save it somewhere?

I googled it and couldnt find anything


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mr.underperson

"take a picture"?

what?

-mu

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ConsultingJoe

"take a picture"?

what?

-mu

you know how if you have a webcam with windows xp you can view it and click to take a picture, can you just take a picture with dos ( CMD )

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mr.underperson

I don't know, no. Where is that?

My webcam has its own interface for this, but it sounds like you are talking about a built-in XP thing.

MediaCentre Edition?

Powershot powertoy, maybe?

erm.

-mu

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