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Hi, i want to capture the analogue video feed of camera using the Video experimenter on Arduino Duemilanove. So, please help me which code i need to upload on sketch_mar12a software.

Thanks in advance!!!!! 
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Once captured what do you want to do with it?
Can you provide a link to the hardware you are using.
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azad200517, I'm the designer of the Video Experimenter shield.  There is only enough SRAM in the Arduino to capture one frame of low-res monochrome, so you can't capture video, but you can capture individual video frames as demonstrated in this project: http://nootropicdesign.com/projectlab/2011/03/20/video-frame-capture/.

You can write the frame buffer to a computer over serial, but that is going to be very slow.
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That's a pretty cool shield. I especially like the tv blaster smiley-twist
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