UMSVideoIn includes the following methods:
|If the video hardware supports frame buffering, set the size of the buffer.
|Return the value for the size of the buffer.
|Return how many frames are actually in the buffer.
|Empty the buffer.
|Start filling the buffer with frames. If no buffering is supported, the method starts the capture. If blind capture is supported (capture without monitor), this method starts it.
|Return one frame of video data from the video device.
|Set the value of how time is measured.
|Return time format value.
|Set the video capture frame rate where allowed. If the hardware only supports the full analog rate, the application is responsible for watching the clock and asking for the right amount of frames.
|Return the video capture frame rate.
|If the hardware supports this, only monitor the frames that are captured into the system.
|Set the desired size of the captured image.
|Get the image size value.