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DevC++ 5.11

if you want to use this, you will need to uild the opencv libs from src, you cannot use the prebbuilt libs, which are for visual studio ONLY.

I have added the files ffmpeg310.dll and opencv_world310.dll

you don't need (and should not) link to the ffmpeg dll, but you need this to be on the PATH latert to b

(aaand, once you decide to build from src, you'd also want to update it to recent 3.4.9, no ?)

DevC++ 5.11

if you want to use this, you will need to uild build the opencv libs from src, you cannot use the prebbuilt prebuilt libs, which are for visual studio ONLY.

I have added the files ffmpeg310.dll and opencv_world310.dll

you don't need (and should not) link to the ffmpeg dll, but you need this to be on the PATH latert to blater

(aaand, (and, once you decide to build from src, you'd also want to update it to recent 3.4.9, no ?)

DevC++ 5.11

if you want to use this, you will need to build the opencv libs from src, you cannot use the prebuilt libs, which are for visual studio ONLY.

(and, once you decide to build from src, you'd also want to update it to recent 3.4.9, no ?)

I have added the files ffmpeg310.dll and opencv_world310.dll

first, you have to link to .lib or .a or .dll.a files, not to the dll's or so's

you don't need (and should not) link to the ffmpeg dll, but you need this to be on the PATH later

(and, once you decide to build from src, you'd also want to update it to recent 3.4.9, no ?)

DevC++ 5.11

bad choiice, it's outdated and not supported from opencv.

if you want to use this, you will need to build the opencv libs from src, src, you cannot use the those prebuilt libs, which are for visual studio ONLY.

(and, once you decide to build from src, you'd also want to update it to recent 3.4.9, no ?)

I have added the files ffmpeg310.dll and opencv_world310.dll

first, you have to link to .lib or .a or .dll.a files, not to the dll's or so's

you don't need (and should not) link to the ffmpeg dll, but you need this to be on the PATH later