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DLPLCRC410EVM: Comunicate with the DLPLCRC410EVM through Matlab or Python
Part Number: DLPLCRC410EVM
I've struggled to build DLPLCRC410EVM's control software using D4100_usb.dll, then I managed to build it by C++ (Microsoft Visual Studio 2017).
But I'm facing a next new problem.
The *.lib & *.h files seem to be 32bit version.
Because I've got a linker error when build my C++ project with x64 configuration, while have no errors when build it with x86 configuration.
Then I am looking for their 64bit version in E2E forum, but could not find them.
Please, does anyone know where I can download them from?
Hello again Goro,
This GUI was originally written as 32 bit. I do not aware of any 64-bit version of the *.lib file.
However, you should be able to run a 32-bit program in a Windows 64-bit OS.
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In reply to Fizix:
I appreciate for your reply everytime.
Yes, I know 32-bit program can be executed in Windows 64bit.But, the reason I need to link 64bit D4100 libraries is I want to build a code including 64bit OpenCV libraries.
Does somebody reading this topic have any solutions?Any ideas can be helpful....
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