[AG-TECH] Multiple Capture Challenge
jintian at nlsde.buaa.edu.cn
Sun Nov 10 23:05:27 CST 2002
The simplest way (do not need modification of source code) is deleting "WDM legacy driver".
Steps: (Only WinNT tested)
go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Drivers32
delete msvideo? which value is Vfwwdm32.dll
if you see, msvideo=o100vc.dll..., msvideo1=o100vc.dll..., msvideo2=o100vc.dll..., msvideo3=o100vc.dll..., msvideo4=vfwwdm32.dll. Then, you can delete "msvideo4".
======= At 2002-11-08, You wrote =======
>I'm running PIG on a high-end workstation with WinXP. I have three Osprey
>capture cards running and I'm trying to add a 4th. I've found that any
>version of VIC that I try is limited to finding only 4 capture devices.
>This is hardcoded into the program as the size of the array that keeps track
>of all the possible sources. So, since I already have 4 capture drivers
>being detected (3 osprey plus the WDM legacy driver), vic can't detect the
>4th Osprey card.
>Can anyone think of a way, short of changing the vic code, to work around
>this? Either by prioritizing the order in which drivers are found or by
>hacking the WDM driver out of the system? (I don't believe it's being used
>for anything else anyway.)
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