is it possible to do video capture with flash from an s-video input?

Posted on 2011-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
also when uploading to the sever, can it be uploaded in a non-streaming kind of way? (where you don't loose pieces of video even if the connection isn't good)
Question by:hillelben
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    NO! Flash Media API only detecting Camera and Microphone on client PC

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    so it won't work with a capture card?
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    Sorry, no
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    Its possible for embeded devices by using native Api

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