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The example demonstrates how to list connected NI-IMAQ and NI-IMAQdx cameras.
The example allows you to enumerate any IMAQ or IMAQdx interface (camera) using the NI System Configuration API.
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Knowledgebase: What Is the Difference Between NI-IMAQ, NI-IMAQdx, and NI-IMAQ I/O?
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how can I get the other functions related to cameras (like , open , close camera, get image, start, configure aqcuisition , grab )
Those functions install with the Vision Acquisition Software and show up in the Vision and Motion palette in LabVIEW. If you want, they are all in a simple location using the community example that I posted:
Image Acquisition Functional Global Variable (IMAQ or IMAQdx)
But this example does require that software.
THanks for the reply,
I have installed all IMAQ and IMAQdx . but still when I run the VI file.. I receive errors ,,, that these functions have not been found or these sub vi's are not executable ( i.e. open camera .vi,.. close camera.vi , etc... )
THanks for the reply,
I have installed all IMAQ and IMAQdx . but still when I run the VI file..
I receive errors ,,, that these functions have not been found or these sub
vi's are not executable ( i.e. open camera .vi,.. close camera.vi , etc...
Please find the atached file which shows all the errors I receive.
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"Enumerate IMAQ Interfaces (Cameras)"
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I found this function does the same: