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Default Capturing images


I need to capture images using a webcam.
I have tried JMF. But b4 clicking to take the images i also want to saw the view of webcam on the screen(this is not properly available through JMF)

I have tried to make it by getting the visual component of the webcam n then adding to a container, say JPanel.
But it gives error saying NotRealized.

How do i add the visual component to the screen before clicking it?

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