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#1 Posted : Tuesday, September 6, 2011 12:33:13 PM(UTC)

Travis  
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This sample shows you how to use either of our two EnableLowMemoryUsage overloads from the MedicalViewerMultiCell class.

The original method requires you to pass an array of MedicalViewerImageInformation filled with information about each frame. In this sample, I assume all frames are the same size, and have the same bit depth and resolution. 

We've also added a new overload for the EnableLowMemoryUsage function which does not require the MedicalViewerImageInformation array.

Included with the project is the Leadtools.MedicalViewer.dll assembly containing the new overload. 

To see this feature at work, load an image containing more than 100 frames (this number is adjustable in the demo.)

You can read more about this function here and more about it's corresponding event, FramesRequested, here.

This C# project was created using Microsoft's Visual Studio 2008.


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#2 Posted : Tuesday, December 11, 2012 12:26:05 AM(UTC)
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The attached project shows how you can implement the same feature using our C++ Class library programming interface.

Thanks,
Maen Badwan
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