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Use LEADTools COM objects in VB.NET

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Has anyone successfully used the LEADTools COM DLL's in .NET with interops?
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There should be no problems using the multimedia COM objects in .NET. When you add the COM reference, Visual Studio will generate a COM wrapper for you.

Also, V17 of the LEADTOOLS Multimedia SDK ships with a .NET interface so you no longer need to use the COM directly.

Please contact us at support@leadtools.com should you have any questions or problems.

LEADTOOLS Support
LEAD Technologies Inc.
http://www.leadtools.com/
http://support.leadtools.com/cs/forums/
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by:donresnick
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Using interops for LEADTools, do I have to add references for any DLL that is used? Or if a "main" DLL is used within an interop, will it be able to communicate with its supporting DLL's?

Thanks,

Don
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You only need to add a reference to the main multimedia assembly (LTMM17.dll in COM, Leadtools.Multimedia.dll in .NET). If you are programmatically controlling any codecs or filters, you will need to add a reference to those as well.

LEADTOOLS Support
LEAD Technologies Inc.
http://www.leadtools.com/
http://support.leadtools.com/cs/forums/
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