Ubuntu 18.04 64 bit camera library Tiscamera

  • November 9, 2018 0.10.0
    Ubuntu 18.04 64 bit camera library Tiscamera

    Ubuntu 18.04 64 bit installation package for The Imaging Source cameras. Contains tcam-capture camera visualization, GStreamer support and programming samples.

    Version

    0.10.0

    Released

    November 9, 2018

    Type

    DEB

    Filesize

    2.8 MB

    Requirements

    • Intel Core i3 or similar
    • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS 64 bit

    Changelog

    1. Support for the AFU420
    2. Support for the AFU050
    3. Install routines for tcam-capture
    4. Add flags TCAM_PROPERTY_FLAG_IS_LOGARITHMIC and TCAM_PROPERTY_FLAG_REQUIRES_RESTART
    5. gsttcambin now sends a message on the bus "Working with src caps: %s" about the caps that are selected for the source
    6. gsttcamsrc now forwards error messages and warnings from the backends to the gstreamer log and bus
    7. gsttcamsrc now send a device-lost message on the gst bus when the device is unusable
    8. basic doxygen documentation
    9. Add log level 'TRACE'
    10. make package command to create a deb package
    11. Add support for gsttcamdutils modules
    12. Add support for non 8-bit bayer formats via gsttcamdutils
    13. Add gsttcambiteater module to reduce BGR64 to BGR32
    14. Add exposure-min and gain-min properties to gsttcamautoexposure
    15. Add device-caps property to tcambin to set caps for internal tcamsrc
    16. Add support in firmware-update for 33u and 37U cameras
    17. Add property category "Color Matrix"
    18. Actually make tcam-capture usable
    19. Added property flag is_logarithmic
    20. Added property flag requires_restart
    21. Make gsttcamsrc propagate error and warnings to gstreamer log and bus
    22. gstBuffer memory is now asynchroniously given back to the backend, meaning downstream elements can hold the buffer indefinitely
    23. Aravis backend now sets packet resent to true
    24. Aravis backend now tries to automatically determine the gv packet size
    25. backend libraries moved to subfolders
    26. Increased minimum cmake version to 3.2
    27. Properties that occur multiple time due to firmware behavior are now filtered in the v4l2 backend
    28. gsttcamwhitebalance is now multi-threaded to increase performance for large images
    29. gsttcamautofocus properties now list their category as "Lens"
    30. tcam-ctrl -c now uses gst_caps_to_string internally instead of creating a description itself
    31. Default installation prefix now is /usr/ and not /usr/local
    32. Changed cmake installation variables types to PATH
    33. Segfault when DeviceIndex::get_device_list was called and gige-daemon was not running
    34. gsttcamautoexposure now correctly handles gain/exposure ranges
    35. gsttcamwhitebalance now correctly handles bggr
    36. gsttcamwhitebalance tcam_prop interface now returns the correct values for whitebalance-auto and camera-whitebalance
    37. gsttcamautofocus ROI now behaves correctly
    38. gsttcamautofocus "Auto Focus One Push" has to be triggered only once to actually do something
    39. tcam-ctrl set now handles all property cases
    40. Logger instance now works across library boundaries
    41. removed compile flag that hid warnings, warnings have been fixed
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The package contains all packages of the The Imaging Source tiscamera repository.

It is installed with "sudo apt-get install tiscamera_0.9.1_amd64.deb".

All necessary dependencies will be installed automatically.

After installation, start the camera program "tcam-capture" to use your camera.

About The Imaging Source

Established in 1990, The Imaging Source is one of the leading manufacturers of industrial cameras, frame grabbers and video converters for production automation, quality assurance, logistics, medicine, science and security.

Our comprehensive range of cameras with USB 3.1, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, GigE interfaces and other innovative machine vision products are renowned for their high quality and ability to meet the performance requirements of demanding applications.

Automated Imaging Association ISO 9001:2015 certified

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