Hello I just entered in the community but work already since a year with the d4100.
In the Extranet that I have access to, I see:
"DDC4100 Application FPGA Sample Code"
"DDC4100 Application FPGA Sample Code for GUI use"
These two zips contains numerous files but none of these files seem to contain any C code or an obvious DLL I
can use to control the D4100 through an external program.
Is there an header file somewhere to start development over d4100explorer This would be extremely helpful.
There is a document called "DLP Discovery™ 4100 Controller Board API Programmer’s Guide" (Reference Manual 2510446). This document covers programming usage of the D4100 DLL code (and ActiveX as well). You can find this by going to the DLP Discovery Software link under where it says, "Extranets available to you." From there, go to DLP Discovery Software-->DLP Discovery 4100 Software-->DLP Discovery™ 4100 Controller Board API Programmer’s Guide. This is the second box from the top. For programming usage of the DLL code, refer to Section 5 on Page 11. I hope this helps.
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