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Where to find C++ source code for video capture

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I 'm student. Now,I want to get vfw32.lib file for my program and example source code of video capture.
Where did I got it?  Please answer me. It very important for me.
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It is part of the Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows. See http://msdn.microsoft.com/developer/sdk/default.htm for more details.
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