@badgerfox, I did a test on a computer that had no Processing libraries installed and got everything to work fine. I suggest taking the following steps:
Use Processing 2.2.1. It is available for download on the Processing site underneath the current version.
delete the controlP5 and opencv libraries from your Documents > Processing > Libraries folder.
Download the controlP5 version mentioned in the kinograph README here: https://code.google.com/p/controlp5/downloads/detail?name=controlP5-2.0.4.zip&can=2&q=
It is important that you use this version, as it is known to work with the Kinograph software. Processing might ask you if you want to update the library. DO NOT update.
- Install the OpenCV library from inside Processing by using the menu path Sketch > Import Library > Add Library. Search for "OpenCV" in the search bar. You should see it there, the author is "Greg Borenstein." Click Install then restart Processing.
Good luck and thanks for the tip. I think the installation of the libraries is confusing as written in the README file. I'll fix that right away.