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2013-04-01 10:34:23 -0600 asked a question OpenCV Ip Camera Image Deterioration

I have successfully connected with a IP camera using OpenCV. If I just show the image using imshow, then it's all fine... But if I try to do some CPU processing with the image (I equalize the image and run a face detector...), the image starts to deteriorate (I keep getting ac-tex damaged in the console)... Is starts to blur and blur and blur... I dont know why this is happening. I can confirm that this does not happen when getting images from my iSight camera (I am running on a iMac...) Besides that, I am having a really weird time with OpenCV. The face detection doesn't seem to work when I run the app in Release mode. I am on Windows 8 and using VS 2010.

Can someone shed some light at these problems?

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2013-03-26 13:10:04 -0600 asked a question Why fastNlMeansDenoisingColored is so slow?

I use this function applying to the images of my video stream and then suddently the fps drops substantially... Why is that?

2013-03-26 11:00:40 -0600 commented answer OpenCV, Cuda and Visual Studio... Dirty hacking (maybe?)

I downloaded 2.4.4. And I successfully compiled this code from VS 2010. I was just wondering if I can just use the VS 2012 libs...

2013-03-26 09:25:18 -0600 asked a question OpenCV, Cuda and Visual Studio... Dirty hacking (maybe?)

I was thinking about compiling OpenCV latest version (wich I believe is 2.4) with CUDA using Visual Studio 2010. But I really would like to develop my solution using Visual Studio 2012. What if I use the binaries compiled with VS 2010 but use the libs in the folder C:\opencv\build\x64\vc11\libs? Will it work? I have a poor understanding of C/C++ development in Windows but from my belief, libs contains the symbols exported by the DLL and the DLL contains the code and resources... Since the symbols don't change because of the version of Visual Studio, I believe it might work... Am I right?