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What if you use (in you Var-Declaration):
Dim rItem as LibNameOfYourOCX.tItem
So you didn't read what he wrote in post #10 - and you didn't read my post which followed in #11 (the one where
I posted the performance-comparison-example - and was directly referring to DrUnicodes...
You generalize too often for my taste - I'm interested in a nice technical
discussion, where posted code-examples are studied - (you didn't even look
at what DrUnicode posted, did you?) - I was...
I noticed that - but that is not a performance-*comparison*.
A comparison should be reproducable by others - and clearly state (per code!) under
what conditions a certain code-block was running....
Wouldn't go as far, as that you "made your numbers up" - but I think you measured incorrectly, yes.
And some consistent TestCode-Block (similar to the one I've posted in #11) -- preferrably using ...
Well, it's not a "product", but a "community-project" - but I've explained that already
a few dozen times (<sigh>).
I've just uploaded an appropriate Demo into the CodeBank (tried to keep it really simple)...
SQLite supports "Auto-Compaction" (after each transaction-commit) -
that should ensure smaller files (compared with JET) - even after quite some usage.
Note, that the required "Pragma" (pragmas...
Not sure, if you were aware of the third param of the Controls.Add method
(at the time of "writing and inserting your DB-Records").
The example above does make use of it...
That's true - but the cases, where a dynamically constructed form will need
a TabStop on a *Container* are quite rare, I'd think.
I've worked with such Controls.Add approaches in the past - and...
Yep - a proper 'W' version avoids all those nasty ANSI-conversion which take place under the covers (when 'A' Declares are used).
Below is some code for your own comparison (using the...
That's true - but it is entirely sufficient (even recommended) when you want to
compare two different "enumeration-layers" with regards to performance
(to better "blend-out" the lower located...
It is representative for all circumstances.
When you do a comparison like that, and you *don't* want to measure FileSystem- or Disk-Performance,
then you will have to compare the...
No need for full quotes.
As for your Capture-Pin ...
You will need to:
- select this Pin in the listbox
- then press the "Connect Downstream" Button
- then press the "Run" Button
That's actually not true - just did some tests here out of interest - and my results were
showing INameSpaceWalk to be about 2.5-3 times slower than FindFirstFileW/FindNextFileW.
Would be nice...
Just another method of "slowing down" - but not sufficient to stop serious cracking-attempts,
because all one has to do is "patching the points where your final If-conditions are placed".
I'm not sure, where the problem is in your case...
When one is using Controls.Add (on an empty Form, to fill it dynamically with Controls),
then the Tab-Order is determined by the...
I assume, that currently no such example ("complete with Wav-File-Writing") exists
(for the DX8-Typelib-approach, Trick has mentioned).
I'd leave it to him, to provide you with more infos, how to...
After downloading the Base-libraries from the Download-Section of vbRichClient.com, you will have
to run the small "register-in-place"-script (after unpacking the Zip into a folder of your choice)....
I thought he did (since he included a citation of your "Minimal approach to VB6 and DirectShow" opener-post).
I've worked with a whole lot of "grabber-devices" (FireWire-, PCI-, PCI-e-,...
Yes, I was agreeing with you.
I wouldn't rely on the systems built-in (NTFS only) Folder-Encryption ... since
your App might be run from a simple (FAT32-formatted) USB-ThumbDrive later...
That means, that you will...
Nah - the OPs question is not as far-fetched from the original threads topic (DirectShow-FilterGraphs),
since his question was about VideoCapturing (per DirectShow) and quite On-Topic (IMO).
Seems like the DX8-Typelib-solution will work out well for you in the end.
For comparison (and those who use the RichClient5)...
It contains an MP3 to PCM-Decoder Class for a few years already,...
Are you sure, you always create a new Instance of the http-51-Class for any new request?
If not - and you re-use an existing instance for follow-up-requests...
do you "clean them up first (per...
The little function below doesn't have Overflow-Errors (avoiding DateAdd) - and it also takes
care automatically about the "Epoch-in-milliseconds" format, mikisoft has shown above:
The VB6-part of the RichClient (vbRichClient5.dll) is not (yet) OpenSource - yes,
but the larger part of that Mini-Framework (Cairo and SQLite) *are* OpenSource,
and maintained by C-developers...
Just copying the current Selection from within your (smaller) Viewport-SrcPicturebox
at the left-hand-side - to the one at the right-hand size (somewhat scaled-up),
will not "cut it".
As tg already statet - the transfer-modes you choose, depend on your concrete scenario.
Maybe the whole thing is better understood, when we step back and look at what we have here:
Nope, sending TextFiles in ASCII-Mode is *not* "a firm requirement of FTP" -
it is only an option.
No, absolutely not.
Using "Type I" for binary-mode transfers only tells the server to...
As already said, you should switch the FTP-Server generally into Binary-Transfer-Mode
(on the data-connection), when you upload your Files (no matter if those are Text-Files
or Image- or other...
Then why not up- and downloading your *.txt or *.html or *.css or *.php-Files
"as they are" (on your local Disk) - always in Binary-Mode?
No, switching the FTP-Server into Ascii-Mode will do...
To make your graphics work a bit easier (and since the GDI+ knowledge you might use alternatively -
is not yet there), you might take a look at the cairo-wrapper-classes from vbRichClient5.
A simple Demo, how to work with a larger Image in conjunction with a smaller ViewPort, using
Cairo-ImageSurfaces and their Transformation-methods (Translate, Scale, Rotate),
to make this task a...
Just to add my 2cents...
In case the "dynamic Graphics-Outputs" on the Source-Images all boil down to the
rendering of "simple Line- or Shape-Primitives" (along with a few Text-Outputs), then...
PDFCreator is using (and depends) on GhostScript 9 (which comes as a 12MB-dependency -
and under a license which normally forbids, to ship your App directly with that GhostScript-
Yep, I've just reported it in the Demo, to make it more clear that the
"real deflate-stream" will start at Offset 8, when cCrypt.ZLibCompress is used
(the 8 Bytes of RC5-Header is the FourCharCode...
There's quite some examples out there already - and generally nothing "to be afraid of".
Most classes will behave quite logically, after looking them up in the VB-ObjectExlplorer,
followed by a...
I don't think so - since I've also done my tests in this regard.
- E.g. opening an existing (Vid-)File of more than 4GB per SHCreateStreamOnFileEx
- then seeking/skipping over the...
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