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QuestionStatic link to ATL alwayas fail PinmemberFalconapollo4-Jan-13 23:19 
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Questionhow to use a work thread write file and the main thread show a carton Pinmembercherry7294-Jan-13 22:12 
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QuestioncapDriverConnect displays captured frame in CView PinmemberVaclav_Sal4-Jan-13 16:15 
I am running into annoying problem using capDriverConnect API in an ancient VFW library.
I have a simple two step code using capCreateCaptureWindow and capDriverConnect.
The "problem " is that capDriverConnect randomly copies the captured data into the CView derived class.
It appears that when the code is run in debug the data is blank ( black ) about 50 % of the time and when run (.exe - still in debug mode) it fills the data ( single frame from USB camera ) about 80% of the time.
<b>I cannot find anywhere ( I did Google for it) if capDriverConnect suppose to do that and / or how to stop it. </b>
I need to capture frames for further processing and that code is working correctly.
 
Please - no commentary about how obsolete or crappy VFW is. It is used in OpenCV and that library does ton of video processing which I need.
 
I am not trying to be a moron, but if you do not have a clue why capDriverConnect
behave this way save your and mine time and do not reply. OK?
 
Cheers Vaclav
QuestionWhat is the merit to rewrite memcpy? [modified] Pinmemberecony4-Jan-13 7:31 
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QuestionIt's too slow to use the DrawDibDraw to draw a frame. Pingroupyu-jian4-Jan-13 3:31 
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