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Retrieving Frames from AVI files

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Anyone know how to extract the individual frames (in Bitmaps I imagine) from an AVI file? I assume its possible using functions from avifil32.dll but I haven't a clue how.
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Don't use avifil32.dll.
If you open the avifile with the multimediaPlayer component
(don't remember the name) you can probably call a method
that does the job for you.
Anyway there is an exemple on the delphi 3 CD that does what
you want. In the sams\code directory on the root. Don't remenber what day sorry, it's called screen something.
Hope this helps.
  Jeurk.

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