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how to display a bmp in labview?

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Another option is to use an open source image converter to convert to a supported format.  ImageMagick may fit the bill, since it can be called from the command line using LabVIEW.  You could probably call the DLL, as well.
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I can see that your picture is from a digital scope. Are you able to change the scope settings to export a more convenient picture format?


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Hi,

 

thank your very much.

 

I want to try your vi and check its result. But its version are higher than my labview.

 

Can you please provide a vi for 8.5?

 

thanks

 

br

 

 

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hi, Coq Rouge,

 

yes. but my oscilloscope is cheap type, so it don't support other format. just ask technical engineer.

 

thank your advice.

 

br.

 

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hi, DFgray,

 

Can you give a example for it. I don't use dll or command line before.

 

thanks.

 

br.

 

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Here's an 8.0 version:

 

 

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It is so simple actually. You may use both a IE activeX controller or the .net picture box. Se my very crude example


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hi Coq Rouge

 

thanks you.

 

Can you provide a vi for 8.5?

 

thanks.

 

🙂

 

br

 

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yes I think so. But remember the example is very crude. You have to select the file you want to load before running.

 



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Just a clarification from earlier...yes, Vision Development Module and part of the Vision Acquistion Software require a license.  However, the part needed to just display an image, NI-IMAQ, does not need a license.
Alex Person
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National Instruments
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