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capturing image using webcam in java

 
Achin Gupta
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How can i use webcam to capture image and store it in db using j2se..? Please help..
 
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Too difficult a question for “beginning”, so I shall move this discussion.
 
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Define "webcam" - what machine is it connected to, and on which machine would you like to store the image(s)?
 
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You might want to evaluate FMJ
 
Achin Gupta
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Tim Moores wrote:Define "webcam" - what machine is it connected to, and on which machine would you like to store the image(s)?

sir, i have a hp laptop so that makes the web cam integrated one and i want to store the image on my own laptop and later in the database..!! how should i go about it then.??
 
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An internal camera should be acessible using JMF (or the FMJ project Maneesh mentioned, I'm not familiar with that one). Thathsould allow you to get individual images and save tzhem to disk. The rest is just using JDBC into a BLOB field.
 
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