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This class represents an absolute value interface to a value of a video capture device property.
This class represents a button interface to a video capture device property. Button interfaces allow invoking an operation at the property.
This class describes how items are organized in categories.
This class represents an interface to a value of a video capture device property, that uses names for the values.
This class represents an element of video capture device property.
This class is a collection of VCDPropertyElement objects.
This class represents an interface to a value of a video capture device property. It is an abstract base class for several more specialized interfaces.
A VCDPropertyItem object provides the functionality to access a video capture device property.
This class contains a collection of all VCDPropertyItem objects that are supported by the currently opened device.
This class represents a range interface to a value of a video capture device property.
This class represents a switch interface to a value of a video capture device property. A switch interface is used to enable or disable settings of a property.
This class is a collection of strings.
This class wraps the concept of VCDProperties to make them easier to use.
Returns a VCDPropertyItems collection representing the properties of the currently opened device.
This property suspends and restarts the current delivery of images.
Saves the currently opened device and its settings to a string.
Restores the device settings saved with ICImagingControl.SaveDeviceState.
Saves the currently opened device and its settings to a file.
Restores the device settings saved with ICImagingControl.SaveDeviceStateToFile.
Returns the number dropped frames.
Returns the number of frames that were not dropped.
This method opens a video capture device selection dialog.
This method opens a dialog to adjust all properties of the currently opened video capture device.
Returns whether the current video capture device supports signal detection on its input ports.
Returns whether a video signal is detected on the currently selected input channel of the selected video capture device.
Saves the contents of the buffer to a JPEG compressed file to disk.
Saves the contents of the buffer to a bitmap file on disk.
Returns the number of lines in this ImageBuffer.
Returns the number of pixels in each line of this ImageBuffer.
Returns the address of the first byte of the image data.
This method draws an empty frame rectangle on the live video.
This method draws an empty frame ellipse on the live video.
This method draws a solid, filled rectangle on the live video.
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