I am trying to use OpenGL to display the result of my rendering engine but I get a blank screen with no display. Below is my main c++ file with OpenGL calls and the file with the rendering engine. Please what am I doing wrongly
I understand the need to convert RGB to gray scale for further processing.
If I am after edge detection should I convert all colors equally - 1/3 of value or should I adjust the colors so it looks natural?
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I have a working DirectShow graph using "still" pin on video source filter.
I have set both hardware and software triggering. So far using only the hardware trigger.
It works but I have to push the camera button twice to get the snap shot.
It takes only onle push in control panel wizard to snap a picture.
Any suggestion what is missing / wrong in my code?
I run both preview and capture via smart T filter - so I got three video rendered when it all runs.
GLUI? Never heard of that. Google showed me http://glui.sourceforge.net/[^] - do you think of that?
Well, then look at that number: "Status July 2006" - 8 Years old. Did they know what is Unicode? And that's what you need: support for Unicode.
Thanks a lot, I saw that post, and it makes me sad.
The main problems I have with SharpDX are not related to DirectX, but rather with all the moved cheese on the API.
It's hard to guess if a CreateXXX function on the DirectX API has become:
- A static Create or New method on the XXX type.
- A constructor on the XXX type.
- A static Create method on a factory type.
- A instance method on a factory type.
- A instance method on another type that is related in some way to XXX.
To make it even harder, some types offer more than one or two of the above options, while others seen to offer none. Thats were i wanted help from the comunity.
And on top of all, the toolkit isn't even suported, making it work is just guess work and the hope that something relates to XNA on some way.
That makes me sad, because i do like SharpDX and love all of the conveniences that were added, like the conversion operators.