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Annapurna_S_
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'Release' : is not a member of 'UtilRender'

Hi, I am getting this error while I am trying to run the Tutorial sample project by Intel.

I called all the property sheets mentioned in the tutorial. Am I missing on some basic configuration related to include or lib paths?

Please let me know whats gone wrong if u have any clue?

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Colleen_C_Intel
Employee
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Can you mention what tutorial you're attempting to use?  Plus which camera, which OS, and what version of the SDK?

jb455
Valued Contributor II
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Sometimes when I open the sample projects in Visual Studio I get various library errors but when I build the solution (F6), they go away. Have you tried building it?

Klaus_V_
Beginner
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I have the same issue! How do I release it properly? I just made a dirty workaround freeing the memory with 

delete renderColor;
delete renderDepth;

psm->ReleaseFrame();

It works out well so far, but I don't know if this is good practise. I'm trying to figure that out.

vaibhav_k_
Beginner
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Just use

delete renderer;

instead of

renderer->release();

it works perfectly fine.. :)

Utilrender does not have release as member

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