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Video Edit SDK (Delphi/ActiveX) Installation Guide

The SDK is available as a Delphi package exclusively for Delphi developers, offering tailored functionality and integration. Additionally, the ActiveX control version is versatile and can be used in MFC, VB6, or any other ActiveX-compatible IDEs, providing broad compatibility and flexibility for developers across different platforms. This ensures a robust and adaptable development experience regardless of your preferred environment.

Installation

  1. Download the latest version of the SDK: Visit the product page and download the most recent version of the SDK that is suitable for your needs.
  2. Run the setup file: Once the download is complete, locate the setup file in your download directory and run it. This will start the installation process.
  3. Follow the installation wizard instructions: The installation wizard will guide you through each step of the process. Carefully read and follow the prompts, accept the license agreement, select the installation directory, and continue by clicking "Next".
  4. Completion: After the installation is complete, navigate to the installation folder. Here, you will find various SDK samples and comprehensive documentation designed to assist you in getting started with integrating the SDK into your projects.

Delphi packages installation

For detailed instructions on installing the Video Edit SDK packages in your Delphi IDE, please refer to the following Delphi installation guide.

ActiveX installation

C++ Builder

For C++ Builder, the installation process involves importing the ActiveX control into your project. This straightforward process ensures that you can quickly start using the Video Edit SDK in your C++ Builder projects.

Visual Basic 6

In Visual Basic 6, open your project and go to the "Project" menu. Select "Components", then click "Browse" and find the SDK’s ActiveX .ocx file in the installation folder. Add it to your project to make the components available in your toolbox.

Visual Studio 2010 and later

For Visual Studio 2010 and newer versions, open your project in the IDE, right-click on the toolbox, and select "Choose Items". Navigate to the COM components tab, click "Browse", and select the ActiveX .ocx file from the SDK’s installation directory. This will add the components to your toolbox, allowing their use in your Visual Studio projects.

Conclusion

By following this detailed guide, you can successfully install and integrate the Video Edit SDK into your preferred development environment. If you encounter any issues or need further assistance, please refer to the documentation provided with the SDK or contact our support team for help.