My MATLAB code which uses a support package works, but why doesn't the MCC compiled standalone application work?

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My MATLAB code uses a support package (such as the Matrox support package in Image Acquisition Toolbox R2014a) and it works fine in the MATLAB environment.
If I compile the standalone application with MCC using the following command,
>> mcc -mv video1.m -a c:\dcf\camera1.dcf
Why do I receive the following error when I run video1.exe?
Error using videoinput (line 217)
Invalid ADAPTORNAME specified. Type 'imaqhwinfo' for a list of available ADAPTORNAMEs. Image acquisition adaptors may be available as downloadable support packages. Open Support Package Installer to install additional vendors.

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MathWorks Support Team
MathWorks Support Team on 18 Sep 2015
When your MATLAB code uses files from a hardware support package (such as Matrox support package in Image Acquisition Toolbox R2014a) you have to add the files from the support package installation folder (for example 'C:\MATLAB\SupportPackages\R2014a\matrox')
>> mcc -m -v video1.m -a c:\dcf\camera1.dcf -a C:\MATLAB\SupportPackages\R2014a\matrox
Alternatively, you can use DEPLOYTOOL to compile the standalone application: as of MATLAB R2014a, the support packages' locations are detected and selected to be added automatically to the package.

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