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Video or screenshot capture of TMediaPlayer display area not working. is blank

Video or screenshot capture of TMediaPlayer display area not working. is blank

Video or screenshot capture of TMediaPlayer display area not working. is blank

(OP)
I have written a delphi application that presents a combination of charts, images and videos. I use TMediaPlayer to output the videos.

The chart data, images and videos can be synchronized for an integrated presentation.

The user community would like to use a third party package to capture the integrated output for their own internal purposes. One of the products mentioned is SnagIt.

The tool fails to capture the MediaPlayer1.DisplayRect information. I noticed this is also a problem with the Windows Shift-PrintScreen action. A little research shows other users have had a similar problem.

Does anyone know of a solution that fits my situation?

thanks in advance,
dmo

RE: Video or screenshot capture of TMediaPlayer display area not working. is blank

(OP)
"The tool fails to capture the MediaPlayer1.DisplayRect information" - by this I mean the video information is missing. The display area is black / blank.

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