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put bits on the screen

put bits on the screen

put bits on the screen

(OP)
Visual Studio 2008, C++, Windows XP or Windows 7.  Good coder but still novice with Visual Studio

Summary: What is the simplest method of putting bits on the screen, least overhead.

My project receives video bits from a telemetry stream composing an image of about 100 by 100 pixels. The application to display the video is planned to be an ActiveX display using ATL.  What is the simplest method of taking the incoming pixels and putting them on the display?   
 
The pixels are 14 bit monochrome.  ActiveX is selected because we are using IADS (Interactive Analysis and Display System by Symvionics) and the display for the video can be added to other displays with drag and drop.
 

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RE: put bits on the screen

(OP)
I finally found out about: CreateDIBSection API
and found this:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/graphics/dibsection.aspx

There is much more to do but now I have a clue.
 

We need to know what a dragon is
before we study its anatomy.
(Bryan Kelly, 2010)
 

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