I've got a situation here. I'm trying to use a camera hooked up to a capture card as a webcam, however the capture card stream is MPEG2 encoded. Which basically means, since no webcam-using programs actually are able to decode MPEG2 streams (CL-Eye Test seems to be the only working program) I can't use this for things such as, e.g. Skype/XSplit.
Is it possible, in any way, to somehow run the capture card stream through a MPEG2 decoder, into a virtual webcam or something? Thanks. This is on Windows 7 x64.
EDIT: The capture card is a Dell UW121, which is analog. I've connected a Sony camcorder via component, and it seems that the capture card basically streams as opposed to decoding it. The CL-Eye Test program has a MPEG2 decoder built in, which is why it is able to render the input.