VideoOCX allows easy integration of live video display and capture into your applications.
It supports VFW video devices (USB cameras or framegrabber) or AVI sequences as image sources and can save to disk.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:37
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Description: VideoOCX is an ActiveX control that allows programmers to easily integrate video capture and image processing capabilities into their software applications with just one easy step. VideoOCX is compatible with most Video-for-Windows (VFW) devices, such as USB cameras (webcams) and framegrabbers in conjunction with a CCD camera or camcorder. VideoOCX allows you to capture video in one simple step. Just drop VideoOCX into your programming application, change a few properties, add a few lines of code and you are ready to go. VideoOCX lets you use the installed (RGB comaptible) Windows - codecs to save videos in compressed or uncompressed AVI formats, including audio. VideoOCX works smoothly in most ActiveX hosting environments, such as Visual Basic, Visual C, FoxPro and Delphi. VideoOCX applications range from professional scientific image processing and surveillance to computer vision and general multimedia programs. Example source codes in different programming languages are provided to make the "first step to video" as easy as possible. Give it a try and download your free evaluation copy today.
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