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  • Questions: Camera Function

    1) When I click the TAKE PICTURE button, where is the snapshot saved?
    2) Is there a plan of placing a record function as well?

  • #2
    Originally posted by knightblade View Post
    1) When I click the TAKE PICTURE button, where is the snapshot saved?
    2) Is there a plan of placing a record function as well?
    It saves the files in C:\Program Files\Mobile Impact\Pics
    Right now there isnt any plan on having any function to do video recording. That kind of process is very resource and code intensive.
    Mobile Impact
    Highly innovative car computer multimedia/entertainment system software.
    http://mobileimpact.biz.tm

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    • #3
      in the future release, (or by editing a file in the current release) is there a way to change the default save location? any advice for getting my webcam to work in the rear window as my spoiler blocks a good portion, and lastly on the subject is there a way (that you know of) to flip the stream so it works as a rear view cam (left on right and right on left)? thanks, and keep up the great work!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dj3stripes View Post
        in the future release, (or by editing a file in the current release) is there a way to change the default save location? any advice for getting my webcam to work in the rear window as my spoiler blocks a good portion, and lastly on the subject is there a way (that you know of) to flip the stream so it works as a rear view cam (left on right and right on left)? thanks, and keep up the great work!
        I hadnt though of changing the default save location, but it only takes a single line of code which would be fairly easy to add into the settings. cameras are fairly tricky to set up, but i made little brackets for mine made out of some computer slot covers, then got some suction cups and screwed them right into the side of the camera, then hung it just like a radar detector.
        Here are a couple of pics. Click image for larger version

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        I dont have a clue on how to accomplish reversing the feed. There might be some webcams out there with that have the capability in their driver, and you may be able to set it up in the preferences, but I dont know of any cameras that have that feature. Hope this helps.
        Mobile Impact
        Highly innovative car computer multimedia/entertainment system software.
        http://mobileimpact.biz.tm

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        • #5
          genius!!! so simple yet so effective, thanks a lot!

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