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Thread: Video Frame Grabber
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face BY : Kevin Krauel email (remove spam text)



Chris Elmquist wrote:

>There are also some products which hook to a PC parallel port and
>can grab a "frame" after several passes of full rate video have
>gone by.  This is a bummer if your image is not relatively static
>but OK for something like a security camera or some such. Unfortunately,
>I can't think of any published designs for one of these "cheapo"
>circuits.  Anyone else ?

I think the circuit design that is thoroughly described in the book,
"Practical Image Processing in C", fits the above description.  This book
was written by Craig A. Lindley, and was published in 1991 by John Wiley
and Sons.

       -Kevin.
<9512011424.AA04559@MIT.EDU>

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