welll sounds like either framework error or video library doesnt like Vista... let me add rebuild the application with debug handling....
i dont have Vista so you will be my eyes ;-)
i run setup.. it got stuck installing Net 3.5 SP1.. so i downloaded the SP1 standalone.. installed it then run setup again.. it installs it all right.. then it does not even run...nothing just this msg right away.. i only have one webcam connected no other devices
ok i have debug mode completed but i gotta get out... so bare wih me... ill get back in 30 min and post the app for you
ok i have posted the debug version of the app for Vista
also I startted new thret as this one is really should be about RRCam 2.0 and not my app.
For New Camera Plugin Flow the link Below
new preview is added to new thret for Road Camera HD
-Text Overly for Time
-Text Overly preset for GPS
Left screen shows unpocessed images, right screen adds oberlys as result of opeation
we loose come FPS for that.
Not Compatible with Windows Vista
ok i'm happy to announce that the core of applicaton is done. It still needs few fixes but now only thing left is to do the config file and RR integration
can some one help me out with getting the GPS data from the RR into my APP?
I cant figure the staff out the forum postins on the topic
tell you what..why don't you access the gps data natively from the com port, that way people can use a com splitter, one for the gps software and one for the camera, that would make your app work with more front ends..(though i am a fundamental RR user ) i believe that would be faster too.. you can use "gps speed" "coordinates" natively from the com port
i can put that as an option BUT processing NMEA does take some CPU and if RR alredy does it then it is better to use it from RR. Well I will do as u asked to have 2 options one is RR (as lond as i can figure how to do that) and second one from GPS directly.
PS: GPS does not send the speed it only sends coordintates and service info and ten you can calcolate the speed from change from point A to point B (at least thats what I know)
You have to create an object to the rr sdk, then you can poll the information from it. In AutoIt the code looks like this:
I guess it's similar with other programming languages.Code:$rr=ObjCreate("RoadRunner.sdk") $speed=$rr.getinfo("GPSSPD") $lat=$rr.getinfo("GPSLAT") $lon=$rr.getinfo("GPSLON")