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  • B.Ru

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    Please post the version mentioned in the VA About box:
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  • B.Ru

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    Thank you for this report.
    Using your test VA design in VA 3.1.2 shows -35 before and -35 as a value after the CastBitWidth operator.
    That yould be the expected behaviour.

    What VA 3.0 version are you exactly using?
  • silverfly

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    I surprisingly found a VisualApplets 3.0 's bug for CastBitWidth Operator.

    For CastBItWidth operator, if I cast a negative numer to 64bit(just for 64 bit), then it would become -1 anyhow!

    Subsequently, I tried the same operation in VisualApplets 2.2…
  • B.Ru

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    Hi there,

    if I load a standard "Quad Applet" in microDisplay like "Acq_QuadCXP6x1..." I will get a configuration with four cameras (1 link each). It took ages for me to learn that Quad means the amount of cameras and x1 stand for the amount of lanes.

  • Hi there,

    if I load a standard "Quad Applet" in microDisplay like "Acq_QuadCXP6x1..." I will get a configuration with four cameras (1 link each). It took ages for me to learn that Quad means the amount of cameras and x1 stand for the amount of lanes.

  • Lily_Li

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    Dear Robert,

    Thanks for your kindness and help. And What's the meaning of "Meybe the SiSo support can provide a good hint."?
    Another question: We got the CenterX & CenterY of all the objects After the blob analysis. If we want to combine two or more…
  • Theo

    Posted the thread CNN Processing Time.
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    Hi Forum,

    its a while now but in the end I have a new question for you.

    I know that the Blob Operator can be a "pain in the ass" if the processed image has too many little blobs. The operator will slow down then and it is important to know that before…
  • zhuomuke

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    Dear,

    I have a timeout problem on micrioEnable 5 VQ8-CXP6D.
    When I was build MotionDetection.va(a difference image example in VA) to hap,and test in microDisplay.exe , the timeout occur. but the simulation was successful.
    This is my simulation:
    the…
  • Robert B

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    Hello Lily,

    oh i got it. Sure SplitImage uses the complete input image to guide line by line further. When the simulation is started all lines got simulatet before stoping so its not neccessary to start different cycles.

    In Reference to the design in…
  • Lily_Li

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    Hi Robert,
    Thanks for your suggestions. I also tried to use the operator SplitImage. It will split the image into 1024 lines one by one together when we simulat the process for one time. If we simulate the process on second time, it will run this…
  • Robert B

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    Hello Lily,

    i hope this may help you.
    Try to use the operator "SplitImage" and limit the image height to one Line. The Format Valt_1D or Valt 2D is free to choose after this operator.

    For the little example i atteched the result will be all lines one…
  • Lily_Li

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    Dear Robert,
    Thanks for your quick reply. I got it.
    Another little question I need your help. How to get the line from Row-0 to Row-N one by one line from one image when we simulate the processing cycle for N times. I tried to use ImageBuffe/…
  • Robert B

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    Hello Lily,
    i'm not an Expert but i might see a little mistake so far.
    The sync operator waits for an image on both inputs. While the sync waits there will be no image at the Tx image link. Also no image at the Rx image link. So the Sync will wat…
  • Lily_Li

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    Dear,
    I just want to test RxImageLink and TxImageLink to implement recursion operation. But it's not sucessfully to realize cyclic operation. Would you pls. help check what's the promblem with the design? Thanks!


    Lily


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  • cwalker888

    Replied to the thread Capture a Framegrabber IO Event.
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    Testing this in VA gives the expected behavior--thank you. In my application, I apply a smoothing filter that requires the image to be at least the size of the Kernel. If an image is acquired that is shorter than can be processed by the image filtering,…
  • B.Ru

    Replied to the thread Capture a Framegrabber IO Event.
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    Here you can find a good starting point in our runtime/SDK documentation on the event functions.
  • B.Ru

    Replied to the thread Capture a Framegrabber IO Event.
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    In order to simulate the above VA design please insert an image longer than 1024 lines.
    A longer image will force several output frames, each including a "last line" of 4 byte, representing a:
    • 0xFFFFFFFF if it is the last image of the single gate
  • B.Ru

    Replied to the thread Capture a Framegrabber IO Event.
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    Thank you for your detailed question.
    Below you can find a single design giving the answer to 1. and 2.

    VA Design LineScan_Context_Feedback_BRudde_v01.va includes all necessary details for determining the end of an 1D image stream on the basis of an…
  • cwalker888

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    In my application, linescan cameras are acquiring and sending 2D images to my host PC where they are concatenated. The final image length needs to be as long as the camera trigger photoeye signal is ON. Once the photoeye turns OFF, the camera should…