This SDK for ASP.NET and Desktop Windows Developer to add PDF Editing features in your Web Application or Desktop Application.
For Windows Developers who need to view IP Camera, add video capture with overlay text, image, chroma key effect, face detection, motion detection with C++ , C#, VB.NET , VB, Delphi, Vfp, Ms Access, Labview.
Platform : Windows 10, Windows 8, Vista, Windows 7, XP
For Windows Developers who need to video capture SDK for Adobe Director, C++, C#, VB.net , VB, Delphi, VFP, MS Access.
Step 1: Install the VideoCap SDK ActiveX, begin by launching the setup file (http://www.viscomsoft.com/demo/videocapsetup.exe). Select the desired installation folder for the VideoCap SDK ActiveX and continue with the installation on your development computer.
Step 2: Create New MFC Application Project, select MFC Application in Visual C - MFC.Step 3: Select Dialog based on Application type. Click Finish button.Step 4: In Toolbox, right click the mouse , then select Choose Item...
Step 5: Select COM Components, select VideoCap Control, click OK
Step 6: Now you will see the VideoCap Control 's icon on Toolbox, drag it on form.
Step 7: Select Class Wizard, select Add Class - MFC Class From ActiveX Control
Step 8: Select VideoCap Control in Available ActiveX Controls, Click > button. You may changed the name of Class, .h file, cpp file.Class - CVideoCap.h file - VideoCap.h.cpp file VideoCap.cpp
Step 9: VS 2015 generated VideoCap Class files is not correctly, Some properties cannot use. so you need download the correct VideoCap Class files from http://www.viscomsoft.com/doc/videocap/videocap-class-files.zip , unzip it and copy all files to your application folder and replace original videocap.h and videocap.cpp.Step 10: Selected VideoCap Control , right click the mouse, select Add Variable...
Step 10: enter m_VideoCap in Variable name , click Finish.
Step 11: add button on form, change the caption to "Snapshot" Step 12: In OnInitDialog(), add the following code to preview the webcam. It will use first video device for preview, if you want to use second video device , you may call m_VideoCap1.SetDevice(1) first.m_VideoCap.Start();
Step 13: In Button 1 click event, add the following code to snapshot the image.m_VideoCap.Snapshot(L"c:\\temp\\myoutput.jpg",99);
Download this sample source code from http://www.viscomsoft.com/doc/videocap/MFCApplication1.zip
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