Here is shown that both cv::Mat and Standard Library Containers work under memory recycling. We found that using std:queue as buffer for OpenCV Mat, memory requirements depends on size of the queue. We conclude that containers like std::queue can be used effectively as buffer for OpenCV Mats.
A single lock, multiple producer/consumer (MPMC) thread safe queue with wait/timeout Pop. It also provides tools to manage elements like
cv::Mat and an interface for custom OnPush event handler.
To display an OpenCV image or video into your own MFC interface in Visual C++ you can use GDI's function but keep care of details.
This page describes how to use Image::FromFile methods to read image form file and howto gain fast access to its pixel using
Bitmap::LockBits in VisualStudio. Example code and performance test are shown. Finally, above performace are compared to C++ native CBitmap class.