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JBHowl wrote:
Sounds like somebody might be used to blaming windows for shody code. Wink | ;-)
Now, I don't want to split the thread into fibers, but..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Preemption_(computing)[^]

JBHowl wrote:
This works, but my stitch is a few seconds behind my camera when a record event
fires. I believe i can get it to real time.
You can push your computer to its limits, that is true. It will depend on your defenition of "real time", as Windows is no such OS, but still very powerfull - even without writing a new dedicated device-driver in an unmanaged language.

Can you store the "last" picture in a different place, and use that as a source for painting the display? A memory-mapped file might help - any fixed-size memory buffer that does not move around in memory would do.
Bastard Programmer from Hell Suspicious | :suss:
If you can't read my code, try converting it here[^]

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