Wine filter / also: continuous frames issues
To: 'Quickcam' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Wine filter / also: continuous frames issues
From: Paul Chinn <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 1996 10:31:58 -0800
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From 1000klub.com!loomer Tue Jan 9 15: 03:13 1996
I was going to write some state info into the wine io tracing code- or
perhaps a filter to process the raw dumps. That way instead of 50 megs of
hex numbers I'd get something like:
command: set brightness=50
command: set xsize=40
command: get picture, mode =2
Input: 4800 bytes of picture data
command: reset camera
etc. etc. etc.
But I figured someone probably already has done something similar to this??
I want this because we still have not fully cracked what is needed to get
continuous frames. Resetting the camera each time will work but costs
massive frame rates (from 25 to 9 fps in one case) Specifically I need the
exact sequence for 6bpp and 4bpp unidirectional mode.
In 6bpp bidirectional mode the following loop works:
send mode command
wait for quickcam
loop: handshakehi: get data
handshakelo: get data
one more handshake hi
This rocks (like I've said, as many as 25 fps) but will not work for
unidirectional mode...any suggestions?
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