The lates version (0.3.10) does not work on ARM just out of the box.
To make it working you need to replace version 0.6.2 of Brid J JAR by the 0.6.3-SNAPHOST or newer bridj-0.7-20140918.
This capture driver gives possibility to access IP camera devices and handle images in form of JPEG pictures or MJPEG streams.
Maven dependency: and where binaries can be downloaed, can be found on dedicated webcam-capture-driver-fswebcam page.
build on top of well-known frameworks used to work with multimedia and cameras. By default (if other driver is not specified) library uses default driver which consists of small, refined part of awesome Open IMAJ framework wrapped in thread-safe container.
However, there are more ready-to-use drivers which can be used as a replacement or addition to the default one.
Code below will capture image from your default webcam and save it in Below are the very pretty basic examples demonstrating of how Webcam Capture API can be used in the Java code. Please note that some of those examples may use the newest API which has not yet been released to maven Central.
This is where Webcam Capture API comes to save the world - it was created to remove the burden of such situations so you do not have to rewrite your code never again, but instead you can simply switch the driver class to different one.By utilizing those drivers Webcam Capture can be extended with various new features (e.g. List of additional capture drivers includes: If no other driver is specified, the default driver will be used.It consists of small, refined part of awesome Open IMAJ framework wrapped in thread-safe container.Maven dependency: More details on how to use it and where binaries can be downloaded, can be found on dedicated webcam-capture-driver-openimaj page.This is capture driver which uses V4L4j project to access UVC camera devices.