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video capture ( client sidef rom webcam but save on server)

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Hi

Im working on a Video Email web and can do teh upload the Email creation and the compression but im stuck on the avi capture.

I have been told (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Q_20802915.html)
that using flash you can capture the feed from a web cam client side.

does any one have ideally a demo of this or a tutorail on how to do this ...

What will i need flash5 ?? flash mx ??

Can Flash save teh feed onto the server ??
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>What will i need flash5 ?? flash mx ??

Flash MX and Flash Communication Server: http://www.macromedia.com/software/flashcom/

>Can Flash save teh feed onto the server ??

surely it can. it can publish a permanent stream which is recorded on the server as a flv file. if it has only one frame, it is just like a picture

http://www.macromedia.com/devnet/mx/flashcom/
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