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Re: [cfaussie] Re: Capturing a "webcam" image via ColdFusion ColdGen Internet Solutions Thu Jul 28 09:00:15 2011

>>
Use the flash.media.Camera library to create a little app that hooks
into the webcam to take a photo and then push the binary data up to
the server using remoting
<<

Man oh man all the other stuff that is part of the CS5.5 Web Creative
Design library?

Cmon Saturday!

Peter Tilbrook
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On 28 July 2011 22:36, Steve Onnis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Just use flex. You don’t need flash media server.
>
> Use the flash.media.Camera library to create a little app that hooks
> into the webcam to take a photo and then push the binary data up to
> the server using remoting
>
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