Cvshowimage not updating
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Finally, to update the content of the Open CV window with a new image use the imshow function.We ALL want love, but some guys blow it by rushing.Hello everyone, I met a problem have been asked years ago by Mattin this group. in a cvcam callback or a separate thread started with the Windows Create Thread() call.OS X apparently does not allow them to be drawn except in the "main" thread, so I had to move that code to a loop in the main thread.However that is the only thing that main thread is doing (the neural updates etc. I am using opencv from homebrew on OS X on a new macbook pro retina. I can post the actual code if necessary, but basically it goes like this: Ipl Image* visualization_image; //allocate it -- the w and h are defined previously, this all works just fine :) cv Create Image(cv Size(rawimage_w, rawimage_h), IPL_DEPTH_8U, 1); cv Named Window("vis_window", CV_WINDOW_AUTOSIZE); BOOL loop=TRUE; cv Show Image("vis_window", &visualization_image); while(loop) As far as I know, this loop should run VERY fast, updating.
These are automatically managed by Open CV once you create them.