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Using Video Capture: enumerating installed capture drivers

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DECLARE INTEGER capGetDriverDescription IN avicap32;
    INTEGER wDriverIndex, STRING @lpszName,;
    INTEGER cbName, STRING @lpszVer, INTEGER cbVer

LOCAL nIndex, cDriver, cVersion, nResult

CREATE CURSOR cs (drindex I, drname C(50), drver C(50))
FOR nIndex=0 TO 9
    STORE Repli(Chr(0), 250) TO cDriver, cVersion

    nResult = capGetDriverDescription(nIndex,;
        @cDriver, Len(cDriver), @cVersion, Len(cVersion))

    IF nResult <> 0
        cDriver = STRTRAN(cDriver, Chr(0), "")
        cVersion = STRTRAN(cVersion, Chr(0), "")
        INSERT INTO cs VALUES (nIndex, cDriver, cVersion)
    ENDIF
ENDFOR

SELECT cs
BROWSE NORMAL NOWAIT



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Created: 2004-06-05 14:07:29  
Modified: 2004-06-05 14:12:25  
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