XCLIB Programming Library with PXIPL for Linux on Intel i386 by EPIX empowers C/C++ and Windows, DOS, and Linux programmers to control the PIXCI series of imaging boards and empowers C/C++ and Windows programmers to process and analyze images in conjunction with XCLIB.
Multiple PIXCI frame grabbers can be operated selectively or simultaneously, allowing parallel control for multi-camera vision of a single event or object, or selective control for capturing multiple, independent, events or objects.
Through the unique flexibility of XCLIB and the PIXCI imaging boards, single frames or video sequences from standard RS-170, NTSC, PAL, or CCIR, from Camera Link, or from other nonstandard video sources can be captured, analyzed, displayed, and archived.
XCLIB provides high level services, allowing concentration on the imaging application, rather than focusing on board level programming.
XCLIB automatically detects and manages different versions of the PIXCI imaging boards and their intended cameras. Fundamental services, such as setting resolution, capturing, and accessing image data, are the same regardless of camera or version of imaging board.
The XCLIB C/C++ libraries allow embedding control of PIXCI imaging boards into user-written applications. Under Windows, the XCLIB DLL also enables access from existing Windows applications, such as Visual Basic, Delphi, LabView, Matlab, and many others, which support "calling" into DLLs.
XCLIB allows user-written programs to apply the PIXCI imaging boards to applications such as image enhancement, archival, analysis and measurement; event and motion study; document capture; cine-loop and ultrasound image capture; particle analysis; visual inspection; machine vision and quality control. Join the scientists and engineers in medical, industrial, and research environments who rely upon EPIX imaging solutions.
The PXIPL Library is compatible with all of the hardware and software environments supported by the XCLIB, 4MOBJ, and SVOBJ libraries. PXIPL routines operate directly upon imaging board buffers, upon images in PC memory, or upon images stored on disk.
PXIPL provides a wide selection of imaging routines. The major categories include: processing, enhancements, graphic lines and shapes, text overlay, printing, morphology, filters and edge detectors, transforms, convolutions, sequence integration and averaging, image printing, image copy and resizing, single image and image pair normalizations, blob analysis, histograms and moments, image load and save, calibration, correlation, subpixel accuracy measurements, and particle tracking.
The PXIPL C/C++ Function Library allows embedding image processing and analysis into user-written applications. Under Windows, the PXIPL DLL provides services to existing Windows applications which support "hooks" into DLLs.
Under Windows, PXIPL also provides image display on the S/VGA with integrated (non-blinking) cross-hair cursor overlay and integrated palette modifications. PXIPL also provides "waterfall" display of repeatedly captured image lines on the S/VGA.
PXIPL assists user-written programs in applications such as image enhancement, archival, analysis, and measurement; event and motion study; document capture; particle analysis; visual inspection; machine vision and quality control. Join the scientists and engineers in medical, industrial, and research environments who rely upon EPIX imaging solutions.