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I want to overlap all the frames(i.e. In Raw format) by the distance of one line we will get the exact object image as shown in link.
http://www.4shared.com/photo/Wu_-v0k4/untitled.html[^]
Overlapping all the captured frames we will get final image as shown in link.
http://www.4shared.com/photo/-Zu5uC53/Final_Image.html[^]
 
How It can be possible in c#...
 
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Posted 31-Oct-11 22:43pm
Edited 31-Oct-11 23:08pm
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That's a little obvious, isn't it? Or am I missing something?
 
Load each frame into an Image (use the Image.FromFile[^] method), then handle the Paint event of a panel or form, and use the Graphics.DrawImage[^] method (with the supplied Graphics object) to paint each image on the screen in order, remembering to offet the X start address by the appropriate amount.
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BobJanova at 1-Nov-11 6:52am
   
That looks right to me ... I wonder if there is some subtlety not included in the question.

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