This is the latest version, the same like in http://www.iteconomy.ch/public/Capture.zip and http://www.iteconomy.ch/public/DualCapture.zip you can download on the first post of this thread.
*lol*, you are shure you know how to deal with the source-code?Works fine if you run it from the \CaptureTest\bin\release\ folder
You need VisualStudio C# Express 2005 for opening and compiling the code (the .sln solution-file).
The bin folder you found is just a "temp"-folder with the left-overs from previous compiling-tests.
Me too! 8-)I hope someone can add some overlay info (GPS coords., speed, date and time.) that would be sweet.
Looking forward to that.
Prefect, I remember reading you were following a lead on how to overlay text on the video. Can you tell me how far you got on that?
Im going to try to add text for GPS coordinates and other info from RR.
If anyone else is going to try the same or want to chat about it let me know.
I used this classes for Capture!:
They have a new version which would be nice to implement in Capture!. I think this would fix the sound-async-problem (which annoys me personally).
Making a video-overlay is very difficult. You really have to be into directx and all the video-graphs. You have to make a bitmap image with the correct video-parameters and insert it into the capture-graph at the correct spot. So you will have to split up the capture process into single steps and do all the conversions and encoding manually. This also is very performance-critical.
So far it seems we can do overlay by using a SampleGrabber filter and then merging the video frame and a bitmap with the text already inserted and then saving the merged frame instead of the original one.
I have no experience on directX so I guess this is one of those things that sounds easy but can be very hard to actually implement
I don't think I have changed something in the capturetest class by myself.
It was the first C# project I did and at first I started by only modifying the form-proportions. So the code is veeerrry messy *shame*. But this could be an advantage: All the code from me is in the same main-class. It is just one long file that uses the capturetest classes.
That where my thoughts too.So far it seems we can do overlay by using a SampleGrabber filter and then merging the video frame and a bitmap with the text already inserted and then saving the merged frame instead of the original one.
That's what I experienced ;-)so I guess this is one of those things that sounds easy but can be very hard to actually implement