Video Capture

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If you have a Video or TV card in your computer, you can use that to capture images in Codedcolor. You can capture single images or arrange them in a collage.


After opening the Video & TV Capture dialogue, you need to configure your video device.


1.Select your Input Device from the List.


2.If your Input Device has several inputs such as Composite or SVideo click Input Source.


3.Click Video Format to configure the format of the images that you want to capture


4.Click Video Settings to configure the video settings of your capture card.


5.Click Tuner if you need to select a tuner channel for a TV device.


In Single mode click Capture Frame to capture a single frame into the image editor.


Using Multiple mode you can capture a set of images and arrange them into a collection. Click Capture Frame to capture a frame into the thumbnails view at the top. You can change the Brightness, Contrast & Colors of either captured frames (Apply to left), or of the source itsself (Apply to right).


You can add watermarks to each of the captured images using the Apply Watermark button. If you select Timestamp in one of the 2 available lines of the watermark dialog, the exact creation time is added to the selected frame. If you selected several frames at once, then timestamps are added to all selected frames.


When you're done, click Create Collage to create a collage according to the settings in the Layout section.


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Select Antialias to apply an antialias effect on zoomed images. Zoomed images will look nicer, but it might also reduce the frame rate of the live video stream.


If you are asked for the video standard, select NTSC for USA and PAL for Europe (except France).








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