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Hi all,

I hope some of you gentlemans can help me. I am trying to make my own video/image capture and I'm using the codes:

capGetDriverDescriptionA(x, strName, 100, strVer, 100)
SendMessage(hHwnd, WM_CAP_DRIVER_CONNECT, iDevice, 0)

When I list devices in the box it giving me device: Microsoft WDM Image Capture (Win32), but video source window showing my real webcam driver: FH13FF-238.
I have tryed with some other application downloaded online and it filling my box with: Youcam(my webcam) and FH13FF-238(webcams driver).

I have two questions:
1) how can I avoid video source window
2) how can I fill my box with my webcams descriptions on loading form?

Thank you in advance!
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Sorry but I don't know much about video capture. Probably the details are in the driver you're trying to use. You could try to contact customer support or check the FAQ for the driver.

You'll probably get a better response if you find a discussion group for people who do video capture.

Sorry I can't be more help.
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