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Programming a WebCam

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I want to whip up a program that will take a video (still) image from your generic (Video for Windows) WebCam (say, Connectix/Logitech), save it to disk, and FTP it to a server.  Your basic WebCam stuff.  My question is, then, how do I go about actually *acquiring* the image?  The points for this one are meager, as it's pretty general...rest assured, they'll be more questions (and points!) to follow.

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see:
http://www.neveprise.de/start.html 
for a demo application with source of captureing video ,first click "delphi stuff" on left menu then click "misc stuff" in frame that opens .

there also component and demos here:
TJLCVideo
from:
http://jlceada.virtualave.net/Delphi/Componentes/componentes.html

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hello...;-)
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