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    Re: library to decode a video

    Hi everyone,
    I figured out how to do it in a very easy way. I'm sharing if anyone else needs it.
    I'm using OpenCV.
    Here is some samples:...
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    Re: library to decode a video

    Igor, I didn't try to build the whole FFMpeg project, I've tried to build a demo application using a "windows version" I've got at http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/ and the sample code I tried to...
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    Re: library to decode a video

    Chris F.
    I've found this sample:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd377437(v=vs.85).aspx
    However, it needs the latest version of the Windows SDK. I've tried to get from the link in the...
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    Re: library to decode a video

    Thank you...
    As I told before, I've tried FFMpeg, but I could not integrate it with my C++ project (I couldn't even build their examples in the VS2008). I'll try the VirtualDub now.
    But you are...
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    Re: library to decode a video

    I would accept a "merely sufficient-that-a-human-can't-tell quality". My videos are already originally captured in wmv with a web-cam (Microsoft Lifecam HD5000), I convert them in the Movie Maker to...
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    library to decode a video

    Hi everyone,

    I'm working in a project that uses a video as input. Today, since I don't know any decoders that works fine with "C++ Visual Studio", I'm opening a totally uncompressed file (1GB per...
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    OpenGL/GLUT

    Hi everyone,

    I have a newbie question today. I have a C++ code that references #include <GL/glut.h>
    #include <GL/gl.h>. However, I can't compile that because I'm getting errors on "variables...
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    Re: error LNK1104:

    Found the error...
    there was one of the paths in the project referencing a folder named "demographics new version". Once I've removed the spaces, things have started to work.
    I believe VS2008...
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    Re: error LNK1104:

    The file demographics.obj does not exist.
    There is no demographics.cpp in my solution (I even searched in the other projects), and I don't have a class named Demographics either.
    The closest I have...
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    error LNK1104:

    Hi everyone,

    I'm trying to compile a code in VS2008, but I'm getting the following error:


    Error 21 fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file 'C:\code\prototypes\demographics.obj'

    This is the...
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    function parameter by reference

    Hi everyone,
    I have the following function, I use it to read tags from a xml file. It returns true when it is able to read and false when something fails. I also update the values of "node_start"...
  12. Re: Convert solution from VS2003 to VS2008

    Hi S_M_A
    Thanks for your answer.
    I've tried to create a new project, but I still get these errors:


    1>Linking...
    1>msvcprt.lib(MSVCP90.dll) : error LNK2005: "class...
  13. Convert solution from VS2003 to VS2008

    Hi everyone,
    I have a solution originally built in VS2003 several years ago. I need to use it now, but using VS2008. I've done the "convert projects" process, but I can't build the whole thing...
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    Re: Camera input - OpenCV

    Nobody? Nor even to tell me how to use the webcam without OpenCV?
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    Camera input - OpenCV

    Hi folks,
    I want to display the video being captured by the webcam in C++. I've found this code, that uses OpenCV and it's very simple:


    #include <ctype.h>
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include...
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    Creating a Windows shortcut in C++

    Hi everyone,

    I have the following problem to solve:
    I have a configuration file that contains only a path (like C:/Program Files/install for instance). In this path, I have to unzip an Apache. I...
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    unpack ipk files

    Hi everyone...

    In the project I'm working, I must be able to unpack a ipk package into an specific folder. Does anyone here know how to do it in C++? Maybe if you know a lib or something like...
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    Re: Guest user restriction

    Thanks a lot ahmd,
    I've tested your code opening a clean project in VS2008 and it worked fine (I've just needed to add <stdio.h> for the printf).
    However, inside the project I'm working, I've got...
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    Re: Guest user restriction

    Thanks for your answer, Ninja. However I don't know if I could use it. I want to block users that have privileges as guest users, not only the name.
    I've found out this code below:


    using...
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    Guest user restriction

    Hi everyone...

    I'm developing an application in C++/QT mainly for Windows, but I want to be able to make it cross platform in the near future.
    When I user starts my app, I want it to detect if it...
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    Re: output produced by function call

    Why don't you implement it to see the result by yourself? It's a very small code, and you have already typed most of it...
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    Re: 32bit or 64 bit

    Thank's for all answers, guys. It was very helpful.
    However, I have one extra request. Does anyone have or know an article or even a book where this comparison is made, or where the performance of...
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    Re: 32bit or 64 bit

    Yves
    The problem is that if we compile to 64 here, we will have to duplicate the number of tests - we would test everything in both, the 32 bit and the 64 bit to make sure there is no...
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    32bit or 64 bit

    Hi everyone...

    I'm working in a project that uses C++ and I want to get the best performance possible. My software code should be platform independent, so I can run it in any OS.
    Today, I am...
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