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  1. The being simple doesn't mean it's going to execute fast, I think there is more to optimise in the code inside the loop than anything else. That said, one thing that might help (again depending on what's in the loop) is to change the while loop for a timed loop to which you can give the highest priority. Also if you have some NI Hardware available you could use the clock as the reference for the loop, but that would probably improve jitter more than raw speed.
  2. Dating will always be a problem for software engineers.
  3. I reported this issue to NI, they created a CAR 732888. LabVIEW should handle broken stuff in ~\LabVIEW XXXX\project\ subfolders.
  4. It's, if you need any help in trying to reproduce this behaviour you can PM me.
  5. Ha, I think I found the issue, I should have let VIPM mass compile the package after installing it. I had to move "Create control.vi" out of the C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2018\project\UI Tools\Control Generator, open it, mass compile it place it back and now it all works fine.
  6. After installing the latest version with VIPM on my LabVIEW 2018 SP1 32 bit, every time I try to run LabVIEW, it crashes. I deleted the folder C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2018\project\UI Tools and then no more crash. Any idea?
  7. I think you find it all on NI's ftp website : http://download.ni.com/support/daq/pc/ni-daq/
  8. I think you have to display the result of the threshold as an overlay on the original image, I guess this is what they do. Have you checked at the examples in LabVIEW, I think there is one that does that. Help > Find examples... > then search for threshold
  9. Qualimatest is looking for a senior LabVIEW developer, see more here. Edit : the job offer is only published on the french section of the website, if you select german or english, the site will say that there is no open position. There are 2 open positions only one for a LabVIEW developer, though and only on the french page.
  10. You are welcome, this llb is indispensable for scripting and can also help for UI management
  11. I don't have a good answer to that question so I'm not going to make up a bad one. It's completely unnecessary.
  12. Here is an example of how I set the exposure time on a basler camera (Beat 4000-62km) Hope this helps
  13. Hi Jim, I've used this framegrabber in the past (and similar one like PCIe-1430 and 1433). Just to be clear, the serial communication goes through the CameraLink cables and can only be used to read/write settings on the camera. And as far as I know the only way to use this communication is by using the VI from the NI-IMAQ sub palette "Camera Control" and these VIs come as part of Vision Acquisition Software. It's always been working just fine for me with different cameras (Basler, Sony, JAI to name a few brands). You do have to read the camera's user manual to know how to implement the communication though. Do you know which camera you're going to use?
  14. I've looked at all your posts and it looks like your asking help for your homework, if it is the case, just say it, there's nothing wrong with asking for help but you can't ask us to do it all for you. If I'm wrong I apologize. Anyway start writing some code and if you need help to make it work the way you want we'll help you.
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