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2015-01-30 22:10:58 -0600 asked a question NuGet Problems - Visual Studio Designer Fails

I have created a very simple application that requires OpenCV. I have successfully used NuGet and am able to compile and run successfully. Hurray!

The issue is that the visual studio 2013 designer no longer shows me the designer view. The references also have a weird red symbol on top of them in the "Common Properties" page (for instance System.Windows.Forms).

When I remove the OpenCV nuGet it all goes back to working but now I can't compile or run! Ugh.

Using c++\cli with \CLR switch on. As an aside, I have used opencv in this environment for many years with manually setting the libs, dlls, and incs for opencv.

Please help and Thank you

2014-06-25 21:13:40 -0600 commented answer VideoCapture::set() memory leak

I am having trouble with a memory leak without the ::set() !!! What is the proper way to handle reading video?

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2013-12-10 08:54:23 -0600 commented answer VideoCapture is not working with OpenCV 2.4.3

Any luck with this? I have tried many ways to open mp4 files without success. My basic code appears correct as it opens avi files.

2013-11-29 08:34:42 -0600 answered a question Force opencv to use a particular decoder

I am facing a similar issue. It seems that if you install a different set of codec then the machine will use the different set. This is my experience. The issue that I seem to have is that the different set is not always found and so my code will intermittently crap out on different formats (e.g., MP4).

I believe that using the fourcc function is for encoding and not decoding.

If you solved the problem would you share your solution.

Thank you,