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Capture MPEG4 Stream with Delphi5

Posted on 2003-10-23
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Hi,

we want to capture an mpeg4 stream coming from an ip-cam with delphi5. If we try GraphEdit (from MS directx sdk) it works for 5 seconds (buffer time?) and then stops playing. How can we capture this stream with delphi5 ?

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Ralf
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I forgot to post a sample url :

http://logiware.dyndns.org:1024/img/video.asf
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there was something like "dspack". try it!
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