To fix this issue, the DLLs for DirectShow will need to be manually registered with Windows. Here are the steps to do this:
Note: In the Windows Command Prompt type cd .. to move out of the current directory or cd desireddirectory, where desireddirectory is the name of the directory you want to move into. You can also type cd and then press Tab to cycle through the available directories.
<Point Grey Research>\PGR FlyCapture\bin
<Point Grey Research>\FlyCapture2\bin
In FlyCapture versions 188.8.131.52 and later the DriverControlGUI tool can be used to register the DLLs for DirectShow with Windows.
The DLLs should now be properly registered with Windows.
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