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WIA Scripting and .NET

, 19 May 2002 Public Domain
How to use Windows Image Acquisition on Windows XP. Useful for integrating scanners, digital cameras, webcams and still-video.
wiascriptingdotnet.zip
WiaScripting
WiaEasyImage
App.ico
bin
Release
WiaEasyVideo
App.ico
bin
Release
WIAVIDEOLib.DLL
WiaScriptSample
App.ico
bin
Release
Stopwatch.bmp
Transfering.bmp
WIAVIDEOLib.DLL
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