Troi Automatisering has released Troi Grabber Plug-in 2.1 for
FileMaker Pro 10. It’s a tool for grabbing images from a video input
source and putting them directly into a FileMaker container field.
The new version adds an extra imageName parameter to the
Grab_OpenImageGrabWindow and Grab_GrabImage functions, which allows
specification of a custom image name for the returned grabbed image.
This is an optional parameter.

All from within FileMaker Pro 10 you can: preview the image stream
from the video input source; crop pictures to grab only the desired
part of the video image, rotate pictures before grabbing, grab
pictures from a video input source and put them into your FileMaker
database, record a movie from a video input source for a specified
number of seconds or until the mouse is clicked and save the movie to
a specified file on the hard disk, and get timecodes of a recorded
movie; you can get the timecode of the beginning of the movie, of the
end of the movie, the timecode at the current point in the movie or
the duration of the movie in timecode.

Licenses cost US$999 for a developer license. Troi doesn’t offer
single licenses at the moment. Product upgrades from an earlier cross
platform developer license are available for $499. Product upgrades
from an earlier single platform developer license cost $699.

A fully functional demo version of Troi Grabber Plug-in 2.1 is
available for downloading at Troi’s web site