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  • This works fine - it installed and ran first time on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit with no issues. I had an old USB camera with no drivers that I wanted to use to capture still images.It seems very useful! :-) A bit of documentation would have been handy; it took me a couple of minutes to work out how to configure the file that the still image is saved in (Store Settings/Add/Select Storage Type/File) and then uncheck the Auto Capture and then click "capture now" to send current live frame to the image file that you originally specified. There seem to be some cool options to export stills/ live video to FTP, HTTP, External Program, which some people will probably find handy.

  • No worky-worky on Win 7 Pro 64-bit. Very, very slow to accept source selection, and then hangs completely on preview window. Sorry, guys -- this one needs a *lot* of work.

  • Did not recognize my webcam microscope even though AMCap, which uses directshow, is able to access it. Error message was not helpful, just said... device not found, even though during 'source' selection device was listed, and selected. I didn't give it a lower rating because so far, almost all webcam capture devices *also* cannot detect the device.

  • Reliable and runs smoothly

  • Amazing project! Thanks for you work!

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

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