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create video from individual pictures by LabVIEW

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I have transformed  the .avi into image and got pixels array,and I want to recover .avi(a video format)from the pixels array

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回复1.pngIs that right?回复2.pngI run it ,it exits an error

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really appreciate for your helpHeart

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Hello,

is it possible to generate AVI (video) from images without paid modules. This means using LabVIEW Base + Free modules only?

 

I found this article...

https://knowledge.ni.com/KnowledgeArticleDetails?id=kA00Z0000019KV1SAM&l=cs-CZ

 

But I'm not sure if IMAQ driver is for free or I need to buy at least Vision Acquisition Software

http://www.ni.com/cs-cz/shop/select/vision-acquisition-software

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@mrkvolf wrote:

Hello,

is it possible to generate AVI (video) from images without paid modules. This means using LabVIEW Base + Free modules only?

 

I found this article...

https://knowledge.ni.com/KnowledgeArticleDetails?id=kA00Z0000019KV1SAM&l=cs-CZ

 

But I'm not sure if IMAQ driver is for free or I need to buy at least Vision Acquisition Software

http://www.ni.com/cs-cz/shop/select/vision-acquisition-software


OpenCV can both capture video's and create AVI files. It's free, but not that easy to get working. My library isn't good enough to share, but I've used OpenCVSharp's OpenCV dll (the normal dll that .NET uses). There are OpenCV libraries for LV dangling around. I hope dlls\.net are supported in LV Base...

 

IIRC, IMAQ requires a runtime license, but comes with NI Vision. Maybe you can legally use IMAQ for free, but the Run-time license is just as expensive as NI Vision, that doesn't require a run-time license. Something weird like that was going on. Please check the details yourself.

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