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I have a wireless camera with RGB (RCA) exit cable (PAL) and I was planning to control the video via C++ code

The idea was to use something like EasyCap adapter (RCA to USB with a driver CD) to let the camera play video in my notebook but the question is: how to control the video stream via C++? I don't think the included drivers could be controlled by code

Any idea on how to solve the problem?

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You should be able to find some resources online by searching for the term video capture library.

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Thanks for the tip, so you are suggesting to launch the adapter application and then use such a capture library to incorporate the video into my C++ application?

Sounds unprofessional but it may work.

A more elegant solution like an adapter with a documentation on how connecting and using its proper drivers? Anyone knows one?

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Despiting the fact the description are in italian, the camera is

http://cgi.ebay.it/KIT-MICRO-CAMERA-TELECAMERA-WIRELESS-SPIA-COLORI-208C_W0QQitemZ330399763234QQcmdZViewItemQQptZTelecamere_da_sorveglianza?hash=item4ced5c4b22#ht_8335wt_939

As you can see in the images, there is a RCA cable. To connect to the pc I thought I could buy an EasyCap adapter and then comes my problem about how controlling video with C++ (it'd be cool if I could start the acquisition with my program too)

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