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    Post capture image on webcam physical button press event using directshow

    i am developing application to capture image from webcam using .net and directshow.

    i want to capture image when the hardware button available on webcam is pressed.i cant be able to do it using directshow library.Is there any way in directshow to detect webcam hardware button press event so that i can capture image on that event and save it?

    i am using the intraoral webcam used by dentists.

    please provide complete code. i am really stuck with this issue.

    any help regarding this is appreciatable.

    thanks & regards,

    rahul.

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    Re: capture image on webcam physical button press event using directshow

    Quote Originally Posted by rahul157 View Post
    i am developing application to capture image from webcam using .net and directshow.

    i want to capture image when the hardware button available on webcam is pressed.i cant be able to do it using directshow library.Is there any way in directshow to detect webcam hardware button press event so that i can capture image on that event and save it?

    i am using the intraoral webcam used by dentists.

    please provide complete code. i am really stuck with this issue.

    any help regarding this is appreciatable.

    thanks & regards,

    rahul.
    i have a similar problem.... can you solve it?

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