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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    <device name="DMx 31BG03.H 1" base_name="DMx 31BG03.H" unique_name="DMx 31BG03.H 1114068">
    <videoformat>YGB0 (1024x768)</videoformat>
    <fps>15.000015000015001</fps>
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    I have write a program myself,but the same error is still existing.
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    14221423
    The pictures above
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    Just the pictures above
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    Please give me a hand
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    I got the IC 3.2 today,and I have a try with it. The two pictures are all using the IC 3.2.The first one is VS2008 and the second is VS2010.
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    The first picture is the error turned up with VS 2008.I have got the IC 3.2,but the error still exists.
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    Re: The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    I have set the debug DLLs.Now I dubug the smaple project First Step,however,there is still a error about bad_alloc.The error like the graph below:
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    The StopLive() cause the bad_alloc problem

    When I shut down the program in the debug model,a problem turn up about bad_alloc, and the program stop at the pGrabber->stopLive(). I build the program with VS2008 SP1,and the version of IC Imaging...
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    Re: How To Display The Processed Buffer

    Thank you for your advice.I will have a try.

    Best regards!
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    About :How To Display The Processed Buffer

    I have not got an way to solve the problem.The web page:
    http://www.theimagingsourceforums.com/showthread.php?324001-How-To-Display-The-Processed-Buffer&referrerid=8054

    Please help me.
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    Re: How To Display The Processed Buffer

    The cameras are DMK 31BG03.H.The GigE cameras.They work well when we just use the function startlive(true);.
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    Re: How To Display The Processed Buffer

    Dear Michael,
    I have posted the sample codes in the attachment.Waiting for your answer.1410
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    Re: How To Display The Processed Buffer

    Dear Michael,
    I have posted the sample codes in the attachment.Waiting for your answer.
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    Re: How To Display The Processed Buffer

    Now I meet a new question.I have three camera,and in the program I have set three grabber pointers and three listeners fasten on each grabber. Then I add the code into the listener class as Michael...
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    Re: How To Display The Processed Buffer

    Thanks,Michael!
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    How To Display The Processed Buffer

    Hi,
    I have processed the Membuffer in the FrameReady of the Listenner.Now I want to display the result buffer,but I can't find the method from the User's Guide.Could you give me some advice?
  18. Thread: About YGB0

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    About YGB0

    Hi,
    I want to set the sinkType as YGB0,however when I did that I got some error.Would you give me some notes about the YGB0?
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