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2015-06-27 09:25:17 -0600 asked a question Apparently there are NO valid directions to build OpenCV 3 for VS 2013!

I followed the OpenCV site directions at to build this. I downloaded all the files listed without problems. When I get to the part in 6(k) saying: "Now navigate to the extracted (Qt) folder and enter inside it by using this console window. You should have a folder containing files like Install, Make and so on. Use the dir command to list files inside your current directory. Once arrived at this directory enter the following command:

configure.exe -release -no-webkit -no-phonon -no-phonon-backend -no-script -no-scripttools -no-qt3support -no-multimedia -no-ltcg"

I tried, but not sure where to look in the Qt folder for the listed Install, Make files. The ones I did find keep getting error saying, the above is not recognized as an internal or external command when I run the above command. Would appreciate some help!!

2015-06-01 12:28:55 -0600 asked a question Getting out of HSV Slider loop

I have a program that tracks a selected video feed color via Slider bars (ie: H_MIN, H_MAX, S_MIN, S_MAX, etc.). I then coded '"cout << "H_MIN" << H_MIN << endl; " ,etc to print out each slider value. However, the cout function gets into a loop and continues to output the slider STARTING positions rather than just the final slider position. Do I need to post entire code or does someone have a suggestion. Thanks!

Using Windows 7, 64 bit, OpenCV 249, coded with VS C++ 2012

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2015-04-21 00:42:27 -0600 asked a question why can't you add a checkbox to instantly download the entire manual for each version?

just a thought. make it simple!

2014-11-23 16:00:51 -0600 asked a question Regardless of C++ solution program using OpenCV, I get VIDEOCAPTURE is ambiguous error

I have several programs in VS 2013 C++ using OpenCV 2.4.9. They all used to work. All of a sudden I am getting an error saying,

"Error 1 error C2872: 'VideoCapture' : ambiguous symbol D:\AllProgrammingProjs\C++Stuff\MyNewOpenCV\MyNewOpenCV\Main.cpp 15 1 MyNewOpenCV"

It shows up on all the programs. Someone want to venture a guess what happened??

2014-11-10 22:41:01 -0600 asked a question Can't get OpenCV2.4.9 to work with Qt 5.4

I have spent the last several days trying to get OpenCV to work with Qt 5.4 which is using a msvc2013 Express x64 compiler on a Windows 7 x64 bit ASUS Computer. I keep getting error:

:-1: error: LNK1104: cannot open file 'opencv_calib3d249d.lib'

I have repeatedly set the path CORRECTLY in system variables, the properties page of the project and in the program!

Has anyone else has this problem? Suggestions?

2014-10-03 23:01:41 -0600 asked a question The constructor OpenCV(name of sketch) in undefined

I copied this code right out of the book. I have checked and re-checked and can not see any errors. The original book import was:"import" I got an error code saying that package did not exist. So, I looked all over the internet for causes/cures. All I came up with was the change listed under "import" marked **. Using OpenCV 2.4 with Processing 2 on a Windows 7 64 bit machine. Thoughts???

 // Sketch_ROI (Jan Vantomme's book. pages 184-185)

    import gab.opencv.*;  // ***  updated, to info found on a website 
    import java.awt.Rectangle;

    OpenCV opencv;
    Rectangle faces[];

    void setup()
      size( 640, 480 );

      opencv = new OpenCV( this );          //error message highlights this line
      opencv.capture( 320, 240 );
      opencv.cascade( OpenCV, CASCADE_FRONTALFACE_ALT );

    void draw()
      background( 0 );;
      opencv.flip( OpenCV.FLIP_HORIZONTAL );
      opencv.convert( GRAY );
      opencv.ROI( 160, 0, 160, 240 );

      scale( 2 );
      image( opencv.image(), 0, 0 );

      rectangle[] faces = opencv.detect();

      fill( 0 );
      for (int i = 0; i < faces.length; i++ )
        rect( faces[i].x + 160, faces[i].y, faces[i].width, 
        faces[i].height );