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This example performs the same tasks as MultipleCameraEx. Additionally, it shows how to use the Win32 API to write images to disk as fast as possible. A summary of disk writing speeds is shown before the application exits.
The example attempts to start all detected cameras with "any" video mode and "any" frame rate with no checking for bandwidth limitations. If a specific video mode and frame rate is required, change the _VIDEOMODE and _FRAMERATE definition found in the header file to the desired values.
After writing the raw images to disk, the program extracts the images from each camera file and output them as individual image files. If the images in the raw file are stippled, the images saved to disk are color processed.
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