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[ale] Live updating camera thingies.



I recommend the quickCam as well... contact geoff at theneteffect.com, he
uses a QuickCam with linux to do exactly what you want to do under linux.


Josh Murrah, jmurrah at salug.org, http://www.salug.org/~jmurrah, ICQ 4613433
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On Thu, 20 Nov 1997, Geoffrey Myers wrote:

> Michael Ivey wrote:
> 
> > I'm about to buy a pc-camera...any recommendations for linux
> > compatibility?  What I want is a web page with 1 sec refresh, and an x
> > app with 10/15 frames per sec, minimum.  Ideas?
> 
> You might want to subscribe to the quick cam list.   There's a lot of
> guys there doing what you want to do, or at least something like it.
> Info:
> 
> Instructions: To subscribe to the list, send me a message with SUBSCRIBE
> at the beginning of a line. I'll look for your subscription address in
> the Reply-To field, or From if I don't see Reply-To. Then I'll insert an
> acknowledgment into your message and forward it to the subscription
> address. Unsubscriptions work the same way.]
> 
> quickcam-drivers-request at crynwr.com
> 
> 
> >
> >
> > /michael
> > :wq
> >
> > ==============================================================
> > Michael Ivey                             <mivey at realminfo.com>
> > Senior Technical Manager        REALM Information Technologies
> > (770) 446-1332 x 114                  http://www.realminfo.com
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> --
> Until later: Geoffrey           geof at abraxis.com
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