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run-time video editing

Posted 02 June 2013 - 05:11 PM

Hello!

First, thank you for reading my question.
I am facing a problem and i need your help.
I need to figure out how to do the next :
(i know that i can't ask for code, so im asking for steps to follow)

1- take the image coming from the webcam (input).
2- Split it to 2 partes (equally).
3- take a copy of one parte (it doesn't matter wiche parte).
4- flip the copied part.
5- place it on the other side
6- Redo from number one ( 1 ) (real-time)

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Re: run-time video editing

Posted 02 June 2013 - 05:19 PM

What research have you done? What are you running into issues with? The steps outlined above seem pretty straightforward.
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Posted 02 June 2013 - 05:28 PM

Thanks for your reply!
To be honest am not familiar with neither c or c++, am an old school guy (vb6) for simple programs, but now im wotking on this project in the university and i just don't know from where to start! this is why i need steps to follow! :P
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Posted 02 June 2013 - 05:35 PM

Well, the first step would be to learn how to capture images from the web cam in real time. I believe that snoopy11 has a tutorial here that is so good, that others have plagiarized it and claimed it as their own. The tutorial would be perfect if you are on Windows. I don't know what your options are if you are on Linux.

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