IC Imaging Control C++

New Methods of Grabber

New Methods of Grabber

List of properties, methods and events that have been added to the Grabber class in IC Imaging Control 3.5

Grabber::hasVideoNorms

Checks whether the current video capture device supports video norms.

Grabber::hasInputChannels

This method checks whether the currently opened video capture device supports input channels.

Grabber::hasSignalDetected

Checks whether a device can be queried if it has a video stream. (Some analog to digital video converters have this property).

Grabber::hasFPSList

Checks whether the currently selected video capture device supports different frame rates that can be set by the user.

Grabber::hasCountOfFrames

Returns whether the device supports retrieving the current dropped frames counter.

Grabber::getDriverFrameDropInformation

Retrieves frame drop information from the driver if supported by it.

Grabber::getVCDPropertyItem

Retrieves the specified IVCDPropertyItem.

Grabber::getVCDPropertyElement

Retrieves the specified IVCDPropertyElement.

Grabber::getVCDPropertyInterface

Retrieves the specified IVCDPropertyInterface.

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