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  1. Hi Everyone, I am trying to play the video in reverse decrementing the frame number in IMAQ Read Frame function. Its working but the result is very choppy as every frame takes significant time to load, but when I just increment the frame number and play the video forward, its executing without any problem. I have attached the VI and info regarding the video, could you guys please let me know why I am having problem when I am trying to display the video in the reverse order. Playing AVI file.vi
  2. Hello, I need one help regarding changing the image image type How can I convert grey scale image to false color image? Here, I have attached two images. 1. greyscale image 2. is just an example that I want to convert. (False Color). Any help would be appreciate. Thanks, Parth Panchal
  3. Understandably NI's own line of analog video frame grabbers have been obsolete for some time (since 2010 I believe). I have an industrial application where I am bound to using legacy analog VGA cameras. Upgrading the cameras is not an option I would like to use LabVIEW for testing purposes. Are there any good non-NI frame grabbers still out there that are easy to get up and running with LabVIEW? Unfortunately due to the bureaucratic purchasing processes ordering an old NI card of e-bay is not really feasible.
  4. In the attached image I have four Code 128 and two Code 39. I have problem detecting them without down sampling the image first. Since I want to grade the bar codes I don't want to down sample since the code quality is reduced then. I noticed this from that sometimes some of the bar codes are found without down sampling an then the grade is higher for those. Down sampling a factor 2 sometimes work, down sampling a factor 4 always works. I have tried croping the image around the bar code but this doesn't help. I'm using IMAQ Read Barcode 2, and have tried to change the parameter Min Bar Width with no result. Is there any other parameter I can change for the algorithm to find the barcodes, without having to down sample my image. Best regards Karin Hellqvist Certified LabVIEW Architect DVel
  5. I have a relatively large application which does heavy IMAQ image processing. Many IMAQ buffers are created and destroyed dynamically at runtime based on need (i.e. different system components will create their own temporary images for processing steps and destroy them when their work is finished). While this dynamic creation/destruction reduces the overall memory footprint at a given time, it appears the constant re-sizing or re-creating is causing memory fragmentation over time. When this dynamic creation/destruction is used heavily, we get IMAQ out of memory errors (at different places in the application) after the system has been running for some time. Total memory usage has not increased (and is well below 2GB) so the errors are presumably due to the fact that there are not large enough contiguous blocks available. Are there any best practices or “standard” ways for managing lots of image references? Should they all be created initially? One idea is to allocate a pool of resources on startup (of images that will not get resized) that are shared throughout the application using a mechanism to “reserve” and “release” the resources in the pool. Is this a good approach? Thanks!
  6. Hello to all. First of all thanks a lot for reading this post and being able to help. I have noticed the next problem: My application has a camera, this camera takes images (snap mode) and application process them (detect some edges in the image). It works fine. But when I make the Display bigger my application takes longer to process images (and for me that is crucial). I think that this happens because my application in this case has to process a bigger image (bigger display = bigger image??) So maybe if My camera takes images with lower resolution I solve the problem. So how can I change image resolution captured by my gigE camera? In NI MAX or in Labview? Thanks a lot!
  7. Hello to all. I have an image and a ROI. I would like to get the minimun distance between the first edge and the last edge in horizontal position. See image attached. If every edges found are in color yellow I would like to get the distance between edges in red (minimun distance from last edge to last edge in horizontal direction. I have tried to use "IMAQ Clamp Horizontal Min VI" but this VI does't the option "from first to last edge" and the only way to get what I want is to play with contrast but it is not work for some of my images. So is there any way to get what I want? Here is the image. From fist edge to last edge I mean from left to righ, the first edge found and last edge found. Thanks a lot.
  8. Hello, I have begun a VI to manipulate jpg : the VI takes 2 jpg, convert them to BW, scales and translates them and finally superimpose recompile them as different color channel (Red and Green) of a new image. This does work well until the recombination step : I cannot get any output from the ImageToArray function. I tried many work around such as saving the image in another file, changing the structure of the file (event - stacked), using local variables, ... but nothing seems to work Thank you for any help or comments, Pierre SLMv05.vi
  9. Freelance/consultancy help needed at our Southern California location. I have a project where I need to take an existing LabVIEW solution and adapt it to make the application FDA 21 CFR Part 11 compliant. The application is a machine vision solution using the Vision Development Module. The vision part is working well and doesn't need to be replaced. The system uses machine vision to inspect pharmaceutical injection components. I'm looking for an engineer with experience in developing, qualifying and validating Part 11-compliant systems, including the addition of audit trail and data integrity functionality. I wrote all of the original LabVIEW code so you would be working directly with me to implement the solution. I work at Amgen, a large biotechnology/pharmaceutical company based just north of Los Angeles. I have a preference to work with engineers located within reasonable driving range of our facility, however due to the niche nature of this project we can probably be somewhat flexible with distance. If you are interested please contact me and I will call you to discuss the project in more depth.
  10. I would like to try and upgrade my current CCD (pretty close to 640x480) to a higher res model (1080p). Here are my two requirements: It has to work LabVIEW/Vision software (could interface through GIG-E/IP or whatever) It has to fit inside of a tube about this size: (marker for scale) http://i.imgur.com/9i8nPRE.jpg The housing tube can be increased in size up to about a 1.25" diameter the tube runs back 2' until it opens up into an open space where we have a gigabit switch. The camera could just have a telescoping lens or be small enough to fit in a tube that size with the cables running out the back of the tube. I have been searching Hobby sites and small electronic sites/stores but nothing has caught my eye yet. I am hoping someone here may be using some CCD (maybe for security reasons?) that does pretty close to what I need. Thanks for any help!
  11. In my job I develop in-house machine vision and image processing solutions for my company. In industrial machine vision and inspection, there are several main players (Cognex, Keyence, Matrox, Halcon, etc.) LabVIEW and IMAQ are not totally out of the picture but are far from common for manufacturing applications. I try to use LabVIEW whenever I can because I find it's great for quickly prototyping proof-of-concept systems. I use the Vision Acquisition and Vision Development Module toolkits extensively. For the most part, the functions provided by NI meet my needs. Increasingly though, I find myself pushing their limits, and yearning for the functionality offered by some of the competition. In some cases I can leverage these external libraries but that can be cumbersome. Aside from a couple of older, paid LabVIEW libraries from third party companies, I can't find much out there to complement the IMAQ palettes. 1.) Are there quality VIs out there and I'm just not seeing them? 2.) Is there an appetite for them? 3.) Would anyone be interested in working (with me or otherwise) on an open-source image processing toolkit?
  12. Hello, I am having a bit of an issue applying a threshold to an image and getting reliable results. I am thinking using edge detection prior to doing any other image processing could make this work... but I am at a loss for how to implement it. If you look at the image below you will see the root of my problem. The top set of images and bottom are only a second or 2 apart but the threshold sees them differently, yet the edge detection seems to correctly detect the edges the same. I only care about the range of pixels that usually makes up the brightest part of the image (hence the thresholding) but the low end of that range changes from frame to frame and I am left with an incorrect determination. My question is, does anyone know of a good way to use edge detection (or maybe some other method that I am not aware of) to help me with this problem?
  13. Hi all, I am using a Atmel Aviiva camera in my application. I need to change some camera parameters permanently. So , as I learnt through web, I can do it by editing the associated *.icd file. But the aviiva files look different. They contain the camera parameters for all interface types. (i.e., PCIe 1430, PCIe 1433 and so on). So to edit the exact parameter I need to find the interface type being used now. How do I get the interface type programmatically? Is this information stored anywhere? Or Is there any available method other than this to permanently edit the IMAQ camera parameters? Thanks in advance for your help. Prabhu
  14. Hello everyone, i am new to this forum, i am working on a pattern matching project and i require some assistance . I have made a VI of my own after going through the pattern matching example included in the LabVIEW exmaples. unfortunately i am getting stuck in the pattern matching of the VI. i am enclosing the VI that i made and the image that i wish to compare. Initially i wish to compare the image with itself and later try the image with other images. i shall be grateful if you all can guide me through what i am doing wrong Thanking in well in advance Regards Jalashwa example.vi
  15. Mostly for fun, I have concocted a way of acquiring video using Labview for linux, to mend for the unavailability of IMAQdx. The idea is to grab via v4l2, actually through the handler libv4l2, and to display simply via the picture control. I have tested this for the moment only with webcams at 640x480 on LV11 and 13 (both 32bits) on two different installations of Ubuntu 12.04 64bits, and it works. This means v4l-utils 0.8.6-1ubuntu2, 32bit. Attached is a proof of the concept, essentially a translation of the Appendix E example to the linuxtv API, saved for LV11. I include also a loose set of tools I built myself in order to parse the relevant headers and construct semiautomatically the necessary typedefs (LV13, no backsave out of lazyness). I have two questions: -Is this insane enough to qualify for this forum, or do I have seriously seriously to exaggerate? -Is someone interested in helping me to expand the exercise, checking portability on other distributions and versions of v4l2, other supported image formats, more robust packaging & so on? Intention would be to release a package under GPL. Enrico grab11.zip Import_headers.zip
  16. Hi, I am wondering if anyone did or found a performance test of IMAQ functions. What I am interesting in is what is the performance of IMAQ functions compared to functions written in .net or C++ (OpenCV)? Can we improve or deteriorate the performance of IMAQ based applications? regards, Marcin
  17. I want to make an exe application from a .vi to install on another non-labview-installed machine (I want to use the runtime engine). The only problem I can foresee is that I built the software on a version of Labview that has all the add-ons, and I don't know which ones I have used. I want to know if there's a way to identify which add-ons or national instruments programs have to be installed in order for my exe to work. I know I used IMAQ and IMAQdx, and many of the programmer functions such as case statements, but there's probably more I don't know about. Sorry I can't attach the vi, it's potentially going to be sold in the future. Thanks for any help you can offer, James
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