Programming samples in Pyhton and C++ for the tiscamera GStreamer modules.
Snap an Image and Convert to OpenCV
This sample shows, how to snap an image from the video stream and make some OpenCV image processing on it. The result is displayed in an OpenCV window.
Using external trigger and a callback in Python
This sample shows, how to use an externally triggered camera and process and save a received image in an image callback.
Save an image on trigger in Python
This Python sample shows how to turn a camera into trigger mode for software trigger or hardware trigger and use a callback for receiving the triggered image.
Auto Focus On Push in Python
This shows, how to control the auto focus and focus of cameras, that support that, e.g. DFK AFUJ003, DFK Z12GP031. Additionally it is shown, how to set the zoom of the GigE zoom cameras.
Simple Snap Image in C++
This sample shows, how to configure a camera and snap an image from the live stream with only a few lines of C++ code. The snapped image data is converted to an OpenCV cv::Mat for saving as JPEG.
Using Properties in C++
Save an image using OpenCV in C++
This C++ sample shows how to capture images from the video stream, convert them to OpenCV cv::Mat and save them to hard disc.
Stream over Network to VLC
This article shows, how to setup a GStreamer pipeline for sending video stream to VLC over a network.
The Imaging Source Camera and Devices FAQ
The FAQ can be found at https://github.com/TheImagingSource/IC-Imaging-Control-Samples/wiki