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@ctiVideo OCX 1.6

Incorporate in any ActiveX hosting environment.


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Total downloads: 76
  • Last Updated: Jul 1, 2008
  • License: Shareware $109.95
  • OS: Windows 2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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@ctiVideo OCX is a Development software developed by ActiVideo, Inc.. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for @ctiVideo OCX:

BrothersoftEditor: If you ever tried writing Win32 application, which accesses a video Frame-Grabber board, a USB camera or TV tuner device, you probably have an idea how complicated the Video-for-Windows API calls can be... This control was developed to encapsulate all Video-for-Windows functionality and provide high-level languages like VB and Delphi access to single frame and full-motion video Capture. As a result, now you can add real-time video capabilities to your application in less than half an hour with virtually no coding.
@ctiVideo will seemlessly incorporate in any ActiveX hosting environment, such as 32-bit Visual Basic, Visual Studio, Visio, even MS Office applications... It provides easy to use interface for showing the video on-screen, user interaction, video format control, single frame video capture and full-motion video recording. And all this through easy to use set of properties and methods, completely isolated from the API level. @ctiVideo supports any Video-for-Windows (VfW) compatible video device. If you can see the video-capture device listed in the Multimedia section of the system control panel, @ctiVideo will initialize it and will use it for video manipulation.
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