31 XE3 quick videos in 31 days - Oct4 - Capturing Audio/Video in Windows and Mac Apps

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This RAD Studio XE3 quick video shows you how to capture audio and video in developing your Windows and Mac applications using the FireMonkey 2 (FM2). You will learn how to use the new FireMonkey 2 TVideoCaptureDevice and TAudioCaptureDevice classes and add audio and video capture for your Windows and Mac applications. FM2's TCaptureDeviceManager class to manage every capture device available on the computer.  For example, my Samsung Slate 7 tablet running Windows 8 has two video cameras. FireMonkey 2 supports several media formats on Windows and OS X. These are listed in my recent blog post at http://blogs.embarcadero.com/davidi/2012/09/05/41651

Additional information about Audio and Video in FireMonkey 2 is available on the Embarcadero DocWiki at http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/en/Audio-Video_in_FireMonkey.  The same FM2 device management and audio/video capture architecture will be available when we add support for mobile platforms - see the RAD Studio Mobile Roadmap article at http://edn.embarcadero.com/article/42544. You can get learn about device and sensor management and use today using RAD Studio XE3, Delphi XE3 and C++Builder XE3.

October 4 - Capturing Audio and Video in your Windows and Mac Applications

Download: http://cc.embarcadero.com/item/29061

Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkJiY2K1d9w

Duration: 5 minutes and 12 seconds

Size: 41.9mb

Format: MP4

For additional product information go to http://www.embarcadero.com/products/rad-studio.


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    Steffen Binas Thursday, 4 October 2012

    What MP3-Encoder will be used by FM²? In your video you only assigned a MP3 filename to the audio capture device. It seems to autodetect the encoder. I assume you can somewhere set properties such as bitrate etc.
    But every encoder has (at least some) different properties, how they are mapped, especially going cross platform?

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