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    Question Use DFK AFU420-CCS in VB6

    Hi.
    I have a problem with the camera DFK AFU420-CCS.

    In several projects I used the DFK 24UJ003 with no problems.
    It is properly recognized and handled by IC CAPTURE.
    I can integrate it in my VB6 projects using IC Imaging Control 3.2 ActiveX.

    For a new project I have a DFK AFU420-CCS but I have a problem.
    It is properly recognized and handled by IC CAPTURE (2.4.642.2631)
    It is NOT recognized by IC Imaging Control 3.2 ActiveX so I can't use it in my VB6 project.
    I tested the camera with IC Imaging Control 3.4 Sample Demo Application.
    The camera is recognized and works properly till the resolution RGB32 (5424x5360)
    When I select the maximum resolution RGB32 (7716x5360) and start the Play button, I receive this exception:
    DemoApp
    An unexpected DShowLibException occured: Error = Failed to start the graph. Due to: Error not specified.
    In file: "FilterGraph.cpp" at line: 263

    How can I use the camera in VB6 with IC Imaging Control 3.2 ActiveX ?
    If I have to use IC Imaging Control 3.4 how can I fix the exception ?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Use DFK AFU420-CCS in VB6

    Hi Roberto

    You get out of memory errors, therefore you need a 64bit Windows and 64bit
    program to handle the highest resolutuion of the AFU420. VB6 is not suitable to handle this.
    Best regards
    Stefan
    IC Imaging Control Support

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    Re: Use DFK AFU420-CCS in VB6

    Quote Originally Posted by Stefan Geissler View Post
    Hi Roberto

    You get out of memory errors, therefore you need a 64bit Windows and 64bit
    program to handle the highest resolutuion of the AFU420. VB6 is not suitable to handle this.
    Hi Stefan.
    It make sense ... even IC Capture 2.4 is not working at the maximum resolution on a Windows 7 32bit but works correctly at the maximum resolution on a Windows 10 64bit.
    Thanks for your answer.

    Roberto.

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