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Three VC++ MEX projects enabling simple access to any VfW-source (with multiple cam support).

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(1) Actualized VFM project
=> Video for Matlab, solution using direct VfW access

(2) OCVGRAB
=> solution using OpenCV grabbing routines (potentially plattform independent)

(3) VIGRAB
=> solution using VideoInput library routines (directshow)

Contains mex projects for Matlab R14 and 2007b. Please check contents of README_2009.txt inside archive file.

Acknowledgements

Howto: Mex + Ms Visual C/C++ Express Edition 2005, Open Cv And Mex Files Quick Guide, and Vfm inspired this file.

MATLAB release MATLAB 7.5 (R2007b)
Other requirements VC++ 2005 Express Version or newer see readme_2009.txt
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Comments and Ratings (4)
02 May 2013 Mohd Aquib

awesome

28 Oct 2012 ARNOLD PECEROS MANRIQUE

good job

28 Aug 2012 Ivan Sojic

Hello Eric,
first of all, thank you for this script.

I wanted to know if it is possible to access and modify (directly in Matlab and not through the configuration display window) the characteristics of the webcam I use (Maxxtro webcam 1.3) ?

Do you have any clue of how to do that ?

Thank you by advance for your response. Have a nice day.

04 Aug 2009 Eric

Some hints for Visual Studio 2008 Express & R2009a:

(1) It's not necessary to install SDK 2003 (exept of VfM-project).

(2) It seems to be necessary to modify the configuration options (C++=>output-files=>object file name & =>browse file) from "$(IntDir)/" to "$(IntDir)\"

(3) The generate manifest option should be enabled in all configurations.

(4) It seems to be useful to install also VC++ 2008 redistributable package.

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