when i use pre-built opencv i can use all full advanced technology in it??

asked 2015-07-26 08:54:59 -0500

stackprogramer gravatar image

hi to my dear friend,in docs opencv write that

Note To use the OpenCV library you have two options: Installation by Using the Pre-built Libraries or Installation by Making Your Own Libraries from the Source Files. While the first one is easier to complete, it only works if you are coding with the latest Microsoft Visual Studio IDE and doesn’t take advantage of the most advanced technologies we integrate into our library.

whats means most advanced technology in the quotation?

my question is in pre-built method i use full of ability opencv or i should use making opencv myself????? for example i use pre-built but the object recognition in webcam don't work???

please guided me ,thanks very much

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"whats means most advanced technology in the quotation?" - the pre-built libs contain all algorithms implemented in opencv, but if you want hardware optimization, like tbb/cuda/opencl, you will have to build from src.

berak gravatar imageberak ( 2015-07-26 09:20:56 -0500 )edit

your talk means that my program that use object detection by classifer adaboost alogorithm and use webcam should work?

stackprogramer gravatar imagestackprogramer ( 2015-07-26 09:26:30 -0500 )edit
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well, sure !

if you run into problems, please ask a new question.

berak gravatar imageberak ( 2015-07-26 09:30:48 -0500 )edit

i asked this before please go to this my question

http://answers.opencv.org/question/66...

thanks very much

stackprogramer gravatar imagestackprogramer ( 2015-07-26 09:33:35 -0500 )edit

finally i succeed,i first for PDB errors tools>option>debugging>outputwindow>moduleloadmessage >off and then i tools>option>debugging>symbols>microsoft symbols server not checked and then i chnge capture.open( -1 ); to capture.open( 0 ); now by seting in opencv itworks,thanks very much

stackprogramer gravatar imagestackprogramer ( 2015-07-27 05:09:00 -0500 )edit