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Posted on 2002-06-06
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 I want to capture video from the capture card. I have written program, and all is OK, but only the first time I run the program. After the first start I can't start any program to capture. I have tried to use the Microsoft sample to capture. The Microsoft sample due an error on exit and can't start again. I have tried two type of captures: BT 848 and BT 878, for both the problem persists. I have written my program exact how Microsoft recommends. The original Microsoft program does not work too.
  Please help !!!
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Maybe you should post in the new DirectX section... lol
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I have found alone the solution - it is driver problem. With the VxD Driver the capture makes problem, but with WDM driver all is OK.
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