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Multiple Web Cam App in Java

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Hi.

Looking to make an app in Java to view multiple Web Cams like in a survailance app. Need help ASAP.

Thanks for all your help and support
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whoops...sorry CEHJ :-(
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Thanks alot for your help
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bkniazi can you tell me why you awarded all the points to that answer, which while helpful, is simply one of several options i gave you?

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I think CEHJ deserved some points too, as his URL is a page which links to mine (and other apps)

There is a "Split" option when accepting answers bkniazi, so you can split the points between various experts.  If you want, you can get this question reopened by posting a question for zero points here

    http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/

Saying that you want to split the points...

Glad we solved your problem though.

(the "Split" link is hidden away, just above the comment entry box)

Tim
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CEHJ, bkniazi is new here.  And the split link is not very visible, I think he must have missed it...
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Hi,

I have just asked them about it I am sorry i have only started using this yesterday. Below is a copy of what i have sent them
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Hi,

I want to split the points in my question between CEhJ and TimYates.

Solution Title: Multiple Web Cam App in Java
asked by bkniazi on 07/30/2004 12:49AM PDT  

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Java/Q_21076703.html

Thanks Alot for the help

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> I have just asked them about it I am sorry i have only started using this yesterday.

I spotted that! :-)

Welcome to EE :-)  And don't worry about it :-)  As I said, the "Split" link is kinda well hidden -- not obvious by any stretch of the imagination :-)

Thanks for posting that to the Support team, they should be along to reopen this question shortly, and then you can split it (it lets you assign the points however you want to)

Good luck with your project!! :-)

Tim
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Thanks to both of you
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Need more the help the code is only picking up one CAM and i have tried my utmost to make i work but it wont. Can you think of a reason why. I can only see pictures from one of them. You help in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

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