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Windows Embedded CE 6.0 USB Camera Driver

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http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...c0-a4ae-42cc-abd0-c466787c11f2&DisplayLang=en

Brief Description
This device driver adds support for USB cameras to Windows Embedded CE 6.0. It enables still and video capture from cameras which comply with USB Video Class version 1.1.
Overview
This driver implements the camera driver interface introduced in Windows Mobile 5.0, and now available in CE 6.0. In other words, the driver is meant to be used as the source filter in a DirectShow capture graph, rather than as a stand-alone stream-based driver.

The driver is distributed as source code, and must be compiled for your target platform. The driver has only been tested on x86-based platforms and with a limited number of cameras. Further testing and modification may be needed to use this driver in a production system.

The driver supports both USB 1.x and 2.0 (high-speed) cameras. The driver will expose both uncompressed and MJPEG modes, if supported by the camera.

MJPEG mode generally requires pairing the driver with a DirectShow transform filter (jpeg2rgb.dll) which is also included in this download. For more information see the included release notes.

In the future, additional information and sample code may be posted to the Windows CE Base Team blog.
 
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