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Capture Audio with TVideoGrabber

Posted on 2008-06-20
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Hello Experts

I´ve a Application of Video Capture, I´m using the component TVideoGrabber, but How know if input audio of tv card is present, Don´t the device, but if exists the sound in determinated moment. Please some Examples to Delphi.
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Hello vetrixicode, sorry to see no one has offered you any suggestions,
also you wish to get some advise with delphi, this is not the right zone for that.
We have a zone for Delphi
http://search.experts-exchange.com/simpleSearch.jsp?q=Delphi&searchSubmit=1&cid=315&redirectURL=%2F&gSearch=0

I dont really know what this TV grabber is or have any knowledge with Delphi.. but sounds like it captures video, is it supposed to capture audio as well?
Is this it>
OVERVIEW
TVideoGrabber is a video capture / media player component for developers working with C#, VB, C++, Delphi, C++Builder, and other ActiveX-compatible development tools.
Powerful and simple to use, TVideoGrabber will help you to save time, money and effort to include video and/or audio capabilities in your project.
http://www.datastead.com/vidgrab/index.htm

There is some guides here
http://www.datastead.com/vidgrab/help/index.html

Hope you find some answers
all the best
Merete
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