Showing video signal in delphi

I have ATI video and graphics card named < All-in-Wonder 128 > and I need to get video picture from camera connected to this card into my Delphi application. It should work online. Did anybody done something like this. Is there a component or softwear to start working with? It should work on NT operating system.
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TomazBAuthor Commented:
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have a look here at some components that can caprure video.some are shareware some free.

also see:
for a demo application with source of captureing video ,first click "delphi stuff" on left menu then click "misc stuff" in frame that opens .

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Hi, for me this worked fine:

hWndC := capCreateCaptureWindow(
         'Capture in my application',
          WS_VISIBLE or ws_child ,
          0,      // left
          0,      // top
          352,    // width
          288,    // height

after this, and the pointer is
valid you connect the capture device to this child window.

SendMessage(hWndC, WM_CAP_Driver_Connect, 0, 0);

(WM_Cap_Driver_connect is WM_user + 10)

so you´ll get a window with the current
videosignal in your application.

that´s all ... hope it work for you.


TomazBAuthor Commented:
Inthe Thanks. Sorry for delay. I had problems with Flue.
With directions you gave me I somehow find some pages with information to do a part of my work done. Do you maybe know some other page with information about redirecting video signal stream from file to TCP comm. and transfering it to another computer in my intranet network - for Delphi of course.
neverdone it before myself so thats all i know about it .
good luck in you search for more info  ;-)
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