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Q: Do I have to purchase VisionLab?
A: VisionLab is free for non commercial purposes. This means that you can use it for personal pleasure, hobby, or evaluation purposes. If you are student you can also use it for free for your educational needs including school projects. If you are a tutor at present you also can use it for free for your classes. However in the near future a low cost tutor license will be available, and you will have to purchase it. Your students however will not need license to use the product at class.
Q: Is VisionLab multithreading? Will it stop streaming while I move the window with the mouse?
A: Yes. VisionLab is fully multithreaded and will not stop streaming while the main thread is busy.
Q: Does VisionLab include any video capture components?
A: Yes. VisionLab includes both DirectShow and Video For Windows (VFW) capture components. You don’t need separated capture libraries or components.
Q: Does VisionLab support DirectShow?
A: Yes. VisionLab supports DirectShow 8.1 or higher.
Q: What version of DirectShow I need to run VisionLab?
A: VisionLab supports DirectShow 8.1 or higher.
Q: I want to use VisionLab. Do I have to install DirectShow?
A: DirectShow is not required on your system if you are not planning to write application using the DirectShow components of the package.
After installation, the VisionLab demos are located at:
- Delphi : $(Delphi)\LabPacks\Demos\VisionLab directory.
- C++ Builder : $(BCB)\LabPacks\Demos\VisionLab directory.
- Visual C++ : $(Install)\Demos\VisionLab directory.
- C# : $(Install)\DotNET\Demos\C#\VisionLab directory.