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New npCams NeoPlugin for NeoBook

PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:25 pm
by dec
Hi to all!

This plugin allow you to control up to two Webcams at same time from your NeoBook publications. You can play the Webcam video in a NeoBook rectangle, pause, resume, stop and get images captures from the video.

The plugin offer to you a list of the available Webcams and their supported resolutions. Then you can specify a Webcam and one of their supported resolution to begin to play the Webcam video into a NeoBook rectangle.

You can download the npCams from here.

Re: New npCams NeoPlugin for NeoBook

PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 7:20 am
by Luiz Alfredo
Thanks David for one more plugin. What about the possibility of saving the Video ? Capturing the screen from time to time may be good, but sometimes capturing the vídeo will be necessary. Another enhancement could be detecting screen changes, for monitoring applications.

Re: New npCams NeoPlugin for NeoBook

PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 8:10 am
by dec
Hello Luiz,

Luiz Alfredo wrote:Thanks David for one more plugin. What about the possibility of saving the Video ? Capturing the screen from time to time may be good, but sometimes capturing the vídeo will be necessary. Another enhancement could be detecting screen changes, for monitoring applications.


Thank you very much. Even when the component which I use don't support these enhancements, I will try to do it. At the least I can promise that I will take a look in a way to save webcam video stream. About the detection of screen changes, I only have one idea (a possible way to do it) at this time, and, maybe is wrong or don't work, however, I also take a look about this and a possible addition to the plugin. I cannot promise nothing at this time but that I will take a look into this. Thank you again Luiz. ;)

Re: New npCams NeoPlugin for NeoBook

PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 9:08 am
by shx
being able to save would male this plug-in a must have.

Re: New npCams NeoPlugin for NeoBook

PostPosted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:37 am
by dec
shx wrote:being able to save would male this plug-in a must have.


I will try Steven. ;)