IC Imaging Control

IC Imaging Control 3.4

Development kit for acquiring images from various devices
3.4 (See all)
Create programs to transfer and process data from image and video acquiring devices such as industrial cameras, frame grabbers, lenses, board cameras, etc. The SDK automatically detects connected devices and can be programmed to switch device parameters.

IC Imaging Control is an ActiveX, C++ Class Library and .NET component that allows programmers, developing under Windows 2000 and Windows XP, to directly access any DirectX compatible image source. Features: live video display: set parameters, scroll and zoom, graphics overlay, ring buffer, video codec support, trigger support and supports multiple devices. A free evaluation version is available for download. IC Imaging Control also boasts a well visited discussion forum that ensure that all support issues are dealt with in a timely fashion. Device Control functions: Selecting WDM Streaming Devices directly; Selecting WDM Streaming Devices via Built-In Dialog; Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Gain etc; Zoom, Focus, Iris, Pan/Tilt/Roll; Support for DCAM and other Properties not defined in DirectX; Built-In Dialog for Manipulating all Properties; Serial Numbers; Functions to Save and Restore all Properties of a Device; Horizontal / Vertical Flip; DV Drive Control (play, stop, freeze, fast forward, rewind); Frame Rate Adjustment; Trigger. Output: Real-time Video Preview; Overlay; Scroll and Zoom; Acquisition of a Single Frame; Save Image to File (BMP, JPEG); Acquisition of an Image Sequence; Ring Buffer; Event controlled Image Processing; Capture Pause; Timestamps; Assign Image Data to other Controls; Direct Image Buffer Manipulation with VB Array Syntax; Acquire to AVI using codecs; Codec Parameterization.

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