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  1. Hello, I have a GiGe camera Basler. I have created a ring acquisition like the exemple IMAQdx with circular buffer. I load an image every 15ms and I add it in a Vi type FGV (cf. Stock Images.png). In the FGV vi, I create 2 tables. One is for the timestamps and the seconds is for the images. I use the timestamp table juste for keep the last 15s. If my test crash I save the images table. If I use the Vi to look at the timestamp of my image table, it is not the same timestamp as when I added the image in the table (cf. Save Images.png). Why? The propreties IMAQdxReceiveTimestampHigh and IMAQdxReceiveTimestampLow are not attached to the images? I hope you understand my English ­čÖé (thank you deepl) Fran├žois A.
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