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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 8, 2007 8:43:09 PM(UTC)

Venkat  
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Hi! Support Team,

I'm the user of LEAD MM Toolkit 14.5 for VB.

My requirement is capturing of DVD compatible MPEG-2 video in real time (Frame sizes:720x576 & 640X480 PAL; frame rate:25).

Many capture card manufacturers like Pinnacle Systems offer MPEG-2 capture.

Please let me know all the requirements like MM Toolkit version, video & audio compressors and sample VB code for acheiving MPEG-2 capture, if it is possible.

Also, let me know if Pinnacle MPEG-2 Encoder can be used for MPEG capture.


Regards,

Venkat
Hyderabad.



 

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#2 Posted : Monday, February 12, 2007 7:59:41 AM(UTC)

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You can use our LEADTOOLS Multimedia15 SDK to
either perform MPEG encoding using software encoders (such as our encoders), or store hardware-coded streams to disk without modifying them.


However, our DVD authoring functions cannot take an
already-compressed stream and store it as-is into a DVD image. This means it
needs to decompress/recompress the file even if it's already in a suitable format (such as MPEG2).




What this means is that you can record the video in
real time if you have appropriate hardware, but you can't create the DVDs in
real-time, and will need to post-process the recorded video to create the DVD image.




To record hardware-compressed video, set the ltmmCaptureCtrl.TargetFormat Property to ltmmCapture_TargetFormat_Stream.

 
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