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Movie Files

Question asked by VRFuser on Sep 16, 1997

     You might want to look at Microsoft Camcorder.  It's available for
     downloading at their www.microsoft.com website (use the search
     utility).
    
     Regards,
    
     Bruce Wenner
     HP St. Paul


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Subject: Movie Files
Author:  Non-HP-stimian (stimian@ara.com) at HP-USA/o2=mimegw3
Date:    9/9/97 8:46 AM


Does anyone have experience with creating movie files on a PC.  They can be
either .AVI or QuickTime .MOV files.  I can utilize just about any popular
programming language.  (C, C++, Visual Basic, Fortran and VEE of course)
I know this is a stretch for this list server but anything is worth a shot.

The Application :
        We develop soil testing equipment.  We have a prototype of a probe that
can be pushed into the ground and sends up to the surface a video image of
the soil next to the probe.  Our need is to overlay on video image, a text
string that identifies the depth of the probe.  Very similar to the way
many video cameras will time stamp.

Analog data is recorded real time with VEE from a number of other sensors
on the probe and stored in a file with a corresponding depth and timestamp.
I can utilize this file to postprocess the video data. 

We have software that will overlay two video images, I need to be able to
create a movie file that contains the depth string as a function of time. 

Many thanks to anyone who has any suggestions.



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