EPIX XCAP-Ltd Image Processing Software (Download)

EPIX XCAP-Ltd Image Processing Software (Download)

EPIX XCAP-Ltd Image Processing Software (Download)

EPIX XCAP-Ltd Image Processing Software (Download)

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Product Highlights

  • Image Analysis for PIXCI Frame Grabbers
  • Load, View, Save Without PIXCI Present
  • Load & Save Images in Additional Formats
  • Export Customized Video Formats
  • Export Camera Serial Commands
  • Easy-to-Use Menus and Dialogs
  • Integrate Popular Cameras and Functions
  • Java-Based UI
  • C & Assembler Image Processing Routines
  • Windows & Linux Compatible
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Version: XCAP-Ltd


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  • 1Description

The EPIX XCAP-Ltd is a ready-to-run image analysis software for PIXCI frame grabbers. XCAP-Ltd has all the features of the Lite version but also adds graphics, the ability to load and save images and sequences in additional formats, plus other convenience features.

XCAP-Ltd lets you export customized video formats and camera serial commands to assist programming the frame grabbers via the XCLIB "C" library. It allows you to load, view, and save images and sequences to and from files, but whereas the Lite version requires that the frame grabber be present and open, the Ltd version can perform these functions even when the frame grabber is not present. XCAP-Ltd supports full access to as much as 4GB of frame buffer memory under 32 bit systems, and is limited to 8GB of frame buffer memory under 64 bit systems.

XCAP is designed to augment the functions of PIXCI frame grabbers by putting image processing power at your control. It offers simple-to-use menus and dialogs that allow you to easily complete basic or complex imaging tasks. XCAP and PIXCI frame grabbers seamlessly integrate popular cameras with numerous functions, such as capture and display, video enhancement and psuedo-color, examination of image details, graphical annotation, programmable resolution, and more. (Some functions are dependent on hardware options or the version of the PIXCI card.)

XCAP has a Java-based UI combined with efficient "C" and assembler image processing routines, and its multi-threading capability allows virtually unlimited views, graphs, and analyses of one or multiple images. Built-in tools allow simultaneous presentation and manipulation of multiple images of varying resolutions and pixel formats. XCAP features a scripting language and non-procedural "spread sheet" programming for automating image analysis and inspection tasks, and can also be remotely controlled from other applications through scripts.

Key Features
Multiple Format Video Capture
Capture from any video source supported by a PIXCI imaging board: area scan, line scan, high resolution, high frame rate cameras; with digital or analog output; in monochrome or color; with 8, 10, 12, or more bits per monochrome pixel or color pixel component value.

Control the capture window, undersampling, and reconfigurable frame buffers. Capture from multiple cameras with multiple imaging boards. XCAP Provides video rate image sequence capture, triggered event acquisition, continuous (circular) sequence acquisition until terminated by trigger event, video recording to memory, video recording to disk, live recursive or FIFO averaging, and live merge of RGB filtered monochrome images into color. It allows trigger on TTL signal, time of day, mouse, or video Timecode.

Integrated Camera Controls
Built-in, camera-specific, on-screen graphical controls for selected cameras that are configured via RS-232, I2C, or Camera Link, integrate the camera's controls within XCAP. There's no need to also run the camera manufacturer's software - both the PIXCI frame grabber and camera can be configured together. For selected cameras configured by physical switch settings, XCAP provides an on-screen virtual camera and switches -- setting the on-screen switches to match the physical switches easily configures the PIXCI frame grabber to match the camera. For cameras controlled by hardwired signals via the PIXCI frame grabber, XCAP provides a convenient graphical user interface.

XCAP provides integrated camera controls for Adimec, Allied Vision, Atmel, Basler, Baumer, CIS, CMOS Sensor, Cohu, Dalsa, Dalstar, E2V, FLIR, Hamamatsu, Hitachi, Ikegami, Imperx, Indigo, Intevac, ISVI, Jai, Mikrotron, PerkinElemer, Point Gray, Princeton Instruments, Pulnix (Jai), Raptor Photonics, Reticon, Salvador Imaging, Sensors Unlimited, Sentech, Silicon Imaging, SILICON VIDEO, Sony, Takenaka, Thomson/Thales, Toshiba Teli, Uniq Vision, Vieworks, and many other cameras.

Generic Camera Link Configuration
Use any Camera Link camera, combined with a Camera Link style PIXCI frame grabber, even when XCAP doesn't provide camera specific controls. An easy to use graphical interface configures XCAP and the PIXCI frame grabber for the camera's resolution, bit depth, color space, etc. Use the camera manufacturer's software for control of the camera via serial commands, or directly enter serial commands into XCAP's 'terminal' dialog.
All Features of XCAP-Ltd
- Load New Image
- Load New Image Sequence
- Image File Info

- New Image (Workspace)

- Play

- Message Log
- Audio Clip (Win)
- RS-232 Terminal
- Screen Capture
- I/O Port Peek & Poke (W95)

- Birger EF232
- Directed Perception Pan-Tilt Unit
- Fujinon CCTV Lens
- Illumination Technologies 3900
- Sagebrush Pan-Tilt Gimbal
- Volpi intralux dc-1100

- Single Board
- Multiple Identical Boards
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with PIXCI CL3SD: None (C)
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with PCI 32-bit: 4GB (C)
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with PCI 64-bit: 4GB (C)
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with PCI Express & 32-bit OS: 4GB (C)
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with PCI Express & 64-bit OS: 8GB (C)
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with ExpressCard/54 & 32-bit OS: 4GB (C)
- Frame Buffer Memory Limit with ExpressCard/54 & 64-bit OS: 8GB (C)
- Driver Assistant/Wizard
- Video Setup
- Export Video Setup
- Import Video Setup
- TWAIN Sourcery (Win)
- Image-Pro Sourcery (Win)
- Status
- Serial Terminal
- Connections Info
- Camera Info
- Camera Specific Controls (D)

- XCAP Release Notes
- XCAP Reference Manual
- PC Configuration Tips

- Save Image
- Load Image
- Save Image Sequence
- Load Image Sequence
- E-Mail Image
- Print Image
- Duplicate Image
- Duplicate Image Sequence

- Full Screen (W)
- Palette
- Sequence Play
- Sequence Thumbnails
- Cursor
- Zoom, Pan, Scroll
- Launch 2nd Viewer

- Pixel Peek
- Pixel Peek & Poke
- Pixel Plot Row
- Pixel Plot Column
- Pixel Plot Buffer
- Pixel Plot All Rows
- Pixel Plot 3D

- Patterns
- Set (H)

- Line Profile (I,J)
- Ruler (I)
- Cartesian Reticle (I)

- Arrow
- Text
- Point
- Points
- Bezier Curve
- Circle
- Circle Arc
- Ellipse
- Ellipse Arc
- Line
- Parallel Lines
- Path Curve
- Polyline
- Rectangle
- Window
- Annulus
- Annulus Arc
- Bezier Region
- Elliptical Annulus
- Elliptical Annulus Arc
- Rectangle Array
- Path Enclosed
- Polygon
- Rectangular Frame
- Paint Brush
- Paint Fill

- Snap (Video)
- Live (Video)
- Frame Date & Time Stamp
- First Buffer
- Next Buffer (K)
- Previous Buffer (K)
- Last Buffer (K)

- Snap/Live Buffer Number
- Resolution (video window)
- Camera Specific Controls (D)
- Color & White Balance (L)
- Auto Gain/Exposure Control (M)
- Pixel Normalization (T)
- Load & Save Presets
- Shortcuts
- GIO Event Capture Single
- GIO Event Capture Sequence
- Waterfall Display
- RGB Merge

Sequence Capture (Single Sequence and Continuous Sequence)
- To Frame Buffers (C)
- To Frame Buffers at Event
- To Virtual Memory (R)
- To Virtual Memory at Event (R)
- To Image Files
- To Image Files at Event
- To Image Files - FTP Copy
- To Image Files - HTTP Server
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System Requirements
Operating System Windows 95, 98, ME, NT (V4.0), 2000, as 32-bit
Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 as 32/64-bit
Linux (kernel V2.4 (special order), V2.6, or V3.x) on Intel 80x86
Linux (kernel V2.6 or V3.x) on Intel x86-64
CPU Intel Pentium or newer processor
Graphics Windows:
Minimum - Windows compatible S/VGA with 16 bits per pixel
Suggested - PCI Express or AGP S/VGA with 24 or 32 bits per pixel
Graphics display system (S/VGA) supporting TrueColor or DirectColor mode
Disk Space Approximately 140 MB
Imaging Device Supports any PIXCI A, A110, A310, D, D24, D32, D2X, D3X, D3XE, CL1, CL2, CL3SD, E1, E1DB, E4, E4DB, E4G2-2F, E4G2-4B, E4G2-F2B, E8, E8CAM, E8DB, e104x4-2f, e104x4-4b, e104x4-f2b, EB1, EB1mini, EB1-PoCL, EC1, ECB1, ECB1-34, ECB2, EL1, EL1DB, ELS2, SI, SI1, SI2, SI4, SV2, SV3, SV4, SV5, SV7, or SV8 series frame grabber (software may require upgrade to operate future versions of the PIXCI imaging board; PIXCI SV2 and SV3 are not supported under 64-bit Windows or Linux)

Up to eight (under 32-bit OS) or sixteen (under 64-bit OS) identical PIXCI series frame grabbers can be operated simultaneously.

Supports up to eight (under 32-bit OS) or sixteen (under 64-bit OS) SILICON VIDEO 10C6, 10M6, 10C-CL, 10M-CL, 20C-CL, 20M-CL, 1281M, 1281C, 1310, 1310C, 15C5, 1820, 1C45, 1M45, 2112, 2112C, 2KS-C, 2KS-M, 5C10, 5M10, 642M, 642C, 643M, 643C, 9C10, 9M001, 9M001C, 9T001C, HAS21, WGA-C, or WGA-M cameras.


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