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Before using any Image Processing service, make sure you have downloaded and installed the ImageCapt and ImgDispTest services.

How To Use in VPL

1) Drag the Webcam or User Webcam service into the diagram.
2) Drag the ImageCapt Service.
3) Drag into the diagram, all the image processing services you want to use.
4) For each image processing service, select Set Initial Configuration from the Configuration drop down in the Properties.
5) Set the Order Number to the numerical position of your service in your desired ordering of services, starting from 1.
6) For the last service in the ordering, also check the IsLast check box.
7) Set the rest of the state variables, if any, to desired values.
8) Also, for each of the image processing services, set the ImageCapture partner to the ImageCapt service selected earlier.
9) In the Set Initial Configuration for the ImageCapt Service, set ImgInputType to 0 (webcam) or 1 (read from file). For read from file, also enter the ImgFileName.
10) If desired, set WebCam partner to the Webcam service dragged in earlier.
11) Finally, set NumServices to the number of image processing services in your ordering (excluding ImageCapt and Webcam, of course).
12) Save and Run.

How To Use in DSS Manifest Editor

1) Drag the Webcam, ImageCapt, and all the required image processing services into the editor.
2) In a similar manner to VPL, for each of the image processing services, set the ImageCapture Partner in the Properties to ImageCapt dragged in earlier.
3) For each image processing service, click Create Initial State in the Properties. Set the values exactly as explained for VPL.
4) For ImageCaot service, select Create Initial State, and set variables as described for VPL.
5) If desired, set WebCam partner to the Webcam service dragged in earlier.
5) Save and Run.

Last edited Nov 4, 2010 at 11:01 PM by akshitproothi, version 1

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