opencv cli app crashes on windows 10


I'm working on a visual studio project(CLI app) that does some image processing over frames captured using opencv's videocapture class.

The project works fine on my Windows 7 computer, but when I try to deploy it on Windows 10 the program crashes and the following is being thrown to the output:

0x0B37A1C9 (0x0E5C9020 0x0E94E880 0x0E65F020 0x00000500), DllGetClassObject() + 0x4D8B9 bytes(s)
0x0B2D2299 (0x00000280 0x0E94E880 0x00000018 0x00000500)
0x0B30C409 (0x0EA30000 0x00000280 0xFFFFFE20 0x00000500)

Any ideas as to where's it coming from? I'm not even sure that opencv is causing it..

This is the code that handles capturing the frame(from inside a loop):

    cv::Mat mIn;
    int camW = 640;
    int camH = 480;
    int w, h, nc, nI;
    size_t nbytesI, numberOfValues, sizeOfBuffers, sizeOfBuffersO;
    float *h_in;
    cv::VideoCapture camera;

    while (!g_quit)
        reload_parameters(&demo, &oclobjects);
        g_paramsChanged = false;

        if (g_camera)
            if (!g_cameraOpen)
      ; // open the default camera
                if (!camera.isOpened())  // check if we succeeded
                    cerr << "Couldn't open camera" << endl;
                    return -1;
                camera.set(CV_CAP_PROP_FRAME_WIDTH, camW);
                camera.set(CV_CAP_PROP_FRAME_HEIGHT, camH);
                g_cameraOpen = true;
            // read in first frame to get the dimensions
            while (true)
                camera >> mIn;
                if (!mIn.empty()) break;

I am using opencv 3.0.0 and visual studio 2013.

I would also be very happy simply for pointers as to what does this output mean.

asked on Stack Overflow Oct 17, 2017 by theroyn

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