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IC Imaging Control is an ActiveX, C++ Class Library and .NET component that allows programmers, developing under Windows 2000 and Windows XP, to directly access any DirectX compatible image source. Features: live video display: set parameters, scroll and zoom, graphics overlay, ring buffer, video codec support, trigger support and supports multiple devices. A free evaluation version is available for download. IC Imaging Control also boasts a well visited discussion forum that ensure that all support issues are dealt with in a timely fashion. Device Control functions: Selecting WDM Streaming Devices directly; Selecting WDM Streaming Devices via Built-In Dialog; Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Gain etc; Zoom, Focus, Iris, Pan/Tilt/Roll; Support for DCAM and other Properties not defined in DirectX; Built-In Dialog for Manipulating all Properties; Serial Numbers; Functions to Save and Restore all Properties of a Device; Horizontal / Vertical Flip; DV Drive Control (play, stop, freeze, fast forward, rewind); Frame Rate Adjustment; Trigger. Output: Real-time Video Preview; Overlay; Scroll and Zoom; Acquisition of a Single Frame; Save Image to File (BMP, JPEG); Acquisition of an Image Sequence; Ring Buffer; Event controlled Image Processing; Capture Pause; Timestamps; Assign Image Data to other Controls; Direct Image Buffer Manipulation with VB Array Syntax; Acquire to AVI using codecs; Codec Parameterization.