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|ffmpeg screen capture using screen-capture-recorder cmd not working in vb|
This is my code
Dim sAppPath As String
Dim sCommand As String
Dim sFilePath As String
sCommand = AppSettings.Get("command")
& "converterinffmpeg.exe " & sCommand & " " & sFi
|Capture the screen image without screen capture spamming|
like LogMeIn does or Join.Me in Java
Don't know what those applications do. Maybe Screen Image will do what
you want. You can get an image of the desktop or any component in your
|windows service screen capture returns black screen|
Services run in Session 0, which has a different Window Station and
Desktop assignment to other sessions where users interact with the
system through their visible desktops.
You'll probably want to have your service switch to an active users'
session to establish a link to their visible desktop in order to
create a snapshot of it - your screenshot code is working as-is, but
is taking a snapshot i
|Im using this screen capture code to take a screenshot of the screen but sometimes it's returning null why?|
If you want to know WHY an exception occurred, I suggest you handle
whatever exception you find in your catch.
so instead of
result = null;
catch (Exception ex)
// log the value of ex.ToString() to a file, the screen, something.
result = null;
As circle73 said, you can use HTML5 to do this via canvas, however, I
don't think that would track the mouse position. You could write a
just have to time it with the screen captures so you can match up the
mouse movements with the captured frames.
Your other options would be to do this via an ActiveX control as
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