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  • Sample Microsoft Access database to capture Image from Webcam

    I'm looking for a sample ms-access database with a form that can capture an image from a connected webcam.

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  • Webcam breakdown

    When attempting to use web cam on other party's computer, it seems that their computer shuts down. The same occurs when I'm  using mine or other party's. The contact  is between the USA and the Philippines.

    Calamity5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I resolve a webcam issue?

    When I dial a recipient on the other end, he won't hear me neither sees me. But I can see and hear him on my end. How do I resolve this issue?

    jenebafavour5 pointsBadges:
  • Capture a photo through webcam with Visual Basic 6

    I want to capture a photo by clicking a button in VB 6.0 through webcam and store it to a desired location. How can I do it?

    Hanny5 pointsBadges:
  • Get Image from webcam

    Dear sir, I wnat to capture a photo by clicking a button in VB 6.0 through webcam and store it to a desired location. Please help me

    Rahulgzb10 pointsBadges:
  • LAN Security camera

    I'm looking to installing LAN security cameras (IP accessible) at a customers site. If the cameras had the following features it would be a plus: E-mail/Page in the case of movement in a protected area. Recording on movement. Live Streaming video access from various desktops, both in the domain,...

    Flame14,925 pointsBadges:
  • Looking for easy to implement video chat system

    I have a client that needs to be available at two places at one time. She currently alternates days between the offices. I’m looking for a very simple video chat application that will work across the Internet and allow easy video communication between two LAN networks. The system the way they...

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  • Video quality on videochat

    i just purchased web cam not so long ago but every time i use it in a call i do not see clear picture of the person who i am talking to. the colors are all too bright, movements come up late and overall experience is bad. on the other side people see me very well. what could be the problem? please...

    Marianchik5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with built in webcam on vista laptop

    I have a client laptop running vista with a built in webcam. Device manager says the webcam is there. There is a link in the programs to uninstall it, but no software that uses it. Unlike a normal camera, it does not appear in the my computer area and I cannot find a link to it anywhere. I should...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • Face obscuring for webcam

    Is there software to send out webcam image with only the face blured/obscured or hidden? There is software that projects a completely false image, that is not what I want. The software would probably have to be able to track the face through movement and even reqcquire the face if it goes...

    SandyD5 pointsBadges:
  • ActiveX control for Webcam

    I'm creating an application with a webcam to get a snapshot data image, i want to use MS Access for database and use Crystal Report 10 for the print out. My friend told me if i want to use the cam then i hav to use the activeX control, can u help me, please..

    Abekane5 pointsBadges:
  • motion sensor webcam w/ computer

    I want to be able to use a webcam in such a way that if someone passes in front of the webcam, it will pop up on my computer. I have an office on the second floor and want to put my webcam facing over the front door so that the image pops up on my computer automatically so i know who is going in...

    Jmagras5 pointsBadges:
  • Joining a video conference call with a webcam?

    We have just installed new Polycom HDX 8002 video conference units in several offices across our company. I have a remote employee that wants to join a monthly video call from his house via his webcam. Is this even possible? If so, how do we go about facilitating this? Thank you!

    Kbortz5 pointsBadges:
  • Video (and audio) computer to computer on LAN – upstairs to downstairs

    Do Video (and audio) conferencing, computer to computer on LAN - upstairs to downstairs, without going out to the Internet. How?

    Rdfreedman5 pointsBadges:
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