Acquisition of gain in current camera settings?

Hello

I would like to know if it is possible to know the current camera Gain and shutter speed settings. I m using a camera to Firewire 1394 IMAQ for the Vision Application. All possible solutions to the above would be welcome.

Thank you.

Advertisement

Check out this KB.

http://digital.NI.com/public.nsf/allkb/E50864BB41B54D1E8625730100535E88

Best regards

Ravi.

Tags: NI Software

Similar Questions

  • Application of camera settings/adjustments to the RAW images

    Hi all

    I recently bought a new camera (Canon 600 d) and am shooting in RAW + jpg.

    I do many settings on the device (exhibition, creative effects, etc.) that apply to the fine JPG format.  Is there a way to apply to the RAW image also (in LR) without changing any settings manually using the module to 'develop '?  For example, I can right-click on a RAW image and select 'Apply the settings of the camera' or something of the sort?

    On a side note, is it possible to ask to lightroom to simply use the JPG version rather than the RAW version (on a basis individual photo)?  Lightroom as I currently put in place using the JPG only in preview.

    Don't know if it's relevant, but I use the latest Lightroom 3.x on Vista.

    Any help appreciated,

    Peter

    Pea wrote:

    Hi all

    ... Is there a way to apply to the RAW picture too without changing all the settings manually using the module 'developing' in lightroom?

    Lol... the camera settings other than the white balance and ISO are not used by Lightroom. You can use the JPEG format as a guide to make your adjustments and if you constantly do the same settings, create a preset to apply to images.

  • How can I change the current security settings in low load xp sp3

    When I try to download the SP3 I get a message "the current security settings allow this file to download.

    What should I do to load this file?

    Hello

    1. what browser you are using to download SP3?

    2. which version of you ask Internet Explorer Help for download?

    By adjusting the privacy settings of Windows Internet Explorer, you can affect how websites to monitor your online activity. You can decide which cookies are stored, how and when sites can use your location information and block the pop - ups undesirable.

    I suggest that you enable file download in Internet Explorer.
     
    a. open Internet Explorer.
    b. click on Tools , then options.
    c. click on the Security tab.
    d. select it Internet Zone.
    e. click on the custom level button and then scroll down to download.
    f. be sure to enable the download of the file.
    g. click apply and Ok
    h. restart Internet Explorer and see if that helps.
     
    See the article:
     
    Change the settings for security and privacy in Internet Explorer

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Internet-Explorer/IE-security-privacy-settings#IE=IE-8

    Let us know the result.

  • When I try to set up "Remote support" I get the error message: "your current system settings prevent you from sending an invitation. How can I solve this problem?

    Using Windows XP Profwssional.

    (1) when I try to set up "Remote support" I get the error message: "your current system settings prevent you from sending an invitation. How can I solve this problem?

    (2) can I use this feature when both computers are on the same network?

    Hello

    (1) you must configure your computer to use the remote control - see here:

    http://www.winxptutor.com/raenable.htm

    and don't forget to make the firewall exceptions

    (2) this function works on the different network also (so a computer can be in the United States and one in Australia)

    Note - a computer can have Windows XP (family or professional edition) and another may have Windows 7, Vista.

    LC

  • ActiveX control error: your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page.

    Original title: problem with Activex controls

    I m trying to open my scanner program, but windows shows me the below msg: Please help me solve this problem...

    one or more activex controls couold appears no not because either:

    (1) your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page.

    (2) you have blocked an editor of one of the controls.

    As a result this page may not display correctly.

    Hi euriskofiles,

    The problem may occur if the security settings for the Local computer zone are configured to prevent the ActiveX content to run.

    Important This section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to modify the registry. However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 322756

    Steps to follow:

    (a) click Start, click run, type regedit, and then click OK.

    (b) expand the following registry subkey:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Zones\0

    (c) in the right pane, right-click right 1200and then click change.

    (d) in the value data box, type 1, or 0 to replace the existing value of 3. Then, click OK.

    Note If you type 1 in the value data box, you receive the following message when you start Microsoft Project:

    You want to allow software such as ActiveX controls and plug-ins to run?

    In addition, you receive this message at other times when you use Microsoft Project. If you do not receive this prompt, type 0 in the value data box.

    The values 0, 1 and 3 are associated with the following behavior:

    o 0 = on, or the action is possible

    o 1 = Prompt

    o 3 = disabled, or action is not allowed

    (e) exit the registry editor.

    See if that helps. Kind regards

    Shinmila H - Microsoft Support

    Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

  • One or more ActiveX controls could not be displayed because that is: 1) your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page, or 2) you blocked an editor of one of the controls

    Well this problem started a week ago. When computer first starts or restarts (I did not open any program still!) I get this message,

    One or more ActiveX controls could not be displayed because that is: 1) your current security settings prohibit running ActiveX controls on this page, or 2) you blocked an editor of one of the controls

    I know this usually occurs with internet explore, but as I said I do not have anything yet open. I've activated all the active X controls in internet explore with no luck. I searched the web for active x forums and blocked the editor and followed all the instructions in the error message (most of them see enabling active x) but without success. I am an advanced user (15 years and more), but it has left speechless me. If I try to open "Services", I get the same error. When I opened my anti virus, it opens but it is just a blank page. I know that my anti virus is working well.  Also if I open internet explorer, I get a blank page, if I go to a website (enter it or go to my favorites) it works fine. I've deleted all the temp, historical, cookies etc. etc. (use CC Cleaner and other programs to clean) but if reopened once again it says white. If I use help and you want to see a help topic that it is said (may not display due to problems of congestion or network, check connection) but internet works fine. I know that I have not a virus (a lot of people in the forums think it) I scanned with Bitdefender, Eset Nod32, Super Anti Spyware pro, Malaware Anti Malawarebytes, Spybot, Stopzilla, etc. etc. and did not find a virus (in safe mode) there are many people on the web with the same problem (with the same and some with different programs). This problem seems to be random (does not affect a certain program) I tried for a week now and I'm stumped! Anybody have ideas that I heard yet?

    Thank you if you do!

    Hi Morksr2d2,

    As you mentioned that the problem reappears as soon as you run the anti-virus program, it seems that we found the cause of these error messages at startup.  I would like to recommend that you Uninstall the antivirus & check if the problem reappears. This should also allow you to make changes on the services tab in system configuration utility.

    Later, reinstall the antivirus program.

    Hope the helps of information. Please post back and we do know.

    Concerning
    Joel S
    Microsoft Answers Support Engineer
    Visit our Microsoft answers feedback Forum and let us know what you think.

  • Message: "your current security settings do not allow this file to download"

    When I want to download a program or update a program, it's what comes on my computer, "your currnt security settings do not allow this file to download." I use Windows Vista. Help me to fix it.

    Moved from the community involvement Center

    Original title: Current security settings

    Hello

    Go here for more information about resetting your security settings and to check for infection Poweliks, a frequent cause of this security issue.

    http://KB.eset.com/esetkb/index?page=content&ID=SOLN3587

    Don

  • Security Alert: your current security settings do not allow to send HTML Forms.

    Your current security settings do not allow to send HTML Forms.

    Your current security settings do not allow to send HTML Forms.

    Try this... no guarantee.
    Start button > Search box, type internet options > pressenter > on the window Internet Options, click Security >custom level button > scroll down to find 'Submit data form nonencripted ', click ENABLE > OK > OK

    t-4-2

  • current security settings do not allow files to be downloaded from attachments

    Original title: security settings

    current security settings do not allow the files to download attachments to emails.

    Not even when I send them to me.

    I tried changing the settings, but it did not have any diff.

    current security settings do not allow the files to download attachments to emails.

    Not even when I send them to me.

    I tried changing the settings, but it did not have any diff.

    Try this...
    Assuming you are using Windows mail. If this isn't the case, ignore what is said below.

    Open Windows mail > tools > Options > Security tab > uncheck "do not allow open... or registration of attachments" > uncheck "block Imgaes and other external content in HTML e-mail" > click OK for the benefits of others looking for answers, please mark as answer suggestion if it solves your problem. ""

  • The problem "your current security settings do not allow this action" when I want to open the swf file in Windows Media Player.

    How to solve the problem when I want to open the swf file in windows media player? There, half year, when I click on a swf file, it could automatically play in Windows Media Player.

    Now when I want to open a SWF with Windows Media Player, it pops up a window "your current security settings do not allow this action".

    How to use watch the video in Windows Media Player swf?

    Hello

    SWF is a file format for multimedia, vector graphics and Action Script in the Adobe Flash environment. Origin with future Wave Software, then transferred to Macromedia and then coming under the control of Adobe, SWF files can contain animations or applets of varying degrees of interactivity and function.

    SWF functions as the dominant vector "animation" on the Web for graphics display format. It can also be used for programs, games by browser commonly, using ActionScript.

    Method 1:

    I suggest open he file in Internet Explorer and check to see if you encounter the same problem.

    Method 2:

    Step 1:

    You can also try reinstalling Flash Player on the system to fix the problem.

    To uninstall a program in Windows 7 refer to the link below

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-in/Windows7/uninstall-or-change-a-program

    Step 2:

    Once you uninstall Flash Player reinstall rear and check to see if you encounter the same issue.
    To download the latest version of Flash player refer to the link below

    http://get.Adobe.com/flashplayer/

    Once you download Flash Player see the link below to install a program downloaded in Windows 7.

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/install-a-program

  • Skype problem; Error "your current security settings do not allow this file to download.

    When I try to download Skype, I get "your current security settings do not allow this file to download.  Help, I need to be a speaker at a meeting using Skype.

    Where did you download Skype, it's here - http://www.skype.com ?  If not, download it here.

    Check your AntiVirus package or firewall to ensure that it does not obstruct Skype or the download site.

    What browser you download it with? If it is, try a test temporarily lower the security settings for the internet zone, and then see if you can download it. After the test, restore it to its original position. IE - tools - internet options - [security] tab - click on the globe (internet zone) and lower the slider. It downloads then? Don't forget to set the cursor when finished.

    Try to download it with another browser such as firefox or opera and see if that can download it.

  • Windows 7 Home: "your current security settings do not allow this file to download."

    My OS is Windows 7 Home. I tried several times to download the software I bought online. Whenever I received the following error message:

    "Your current security settings do not allow this file to download." How can I get access to the appropriate 'security settings' to disable this feature?

    In your Internet Options, on the Security tab click "restore all zones to default level" to restore security to the standard.

  • "Your current security settings do not allow this file to download.

    I have a new problem: sometimes when I'm running just Advanced SystemCare4 offline or when browsing to a web site, all of a sudden I get an error message "your current security settings allow now to download this file." Then my mouse cursor freezes and the computer shuts down automatically. However, this happens when I try not to download anything. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. I haven't changed my settings of Norton Security Suite, nor have new hardware or software recently added. I'm not on a network. Run the system restore does not resolve the problem.  Thank you.

    Well initially, cancel any changes that advanced SystemCare4 has implimented to your system, if it has this ability, then uninstall Advanced SystemCare4, who knows what he's going to have problems.

    Such "SpeedUpMyPc" programs for or free consideration are snake oil. Win7 contains all the built-in tools for your system maintaiining

  • When I try to open a PDF email attachments I get the message: SECURITY WARNING - your current security settings do not allow this file to download.

    Network discovery sharing sharing inbound network incoming Remote Desktop RDP TS Remote Desktop Remote Assistance Network


    When I try to open a PDF email attachments I get the message: SECURITY WARNING - your current security settings do not allow this file to download.    I am running Windows 7 and the email is in Windows Live Mail.   HOW CAN I SOLVE THIS PROBLEM?

    Thanks a lot for your help. I finally found a way to open the PDF file by saving it to my documents folder then right-click to open it in Adobe Reader. This has proved to be a more useful to any similar future problem solution.

  • Imports RAW - possible to use cameras settings?

    This may be a stupid question, but is it possible to import FIRST files in LR and batch process them using predefined parameters that reflect the camera how he is to say how the camera would create the jpeg format, but obviously without converting them to JPEG?  Can I specify that they must be treated like my Canon EOS70D?

    Thank you

    It's one of the problems when you are working with raw images. Each manufacturer of the device stores the parameters of the camera differently in their owners raw file format. Lightroom and Camera Raw (used by Photoshop and Photoshop Elements) are designed to only reads DO NOT these settings because of how differently, they are stored.

    There are a few alternatives that will help mitigate this. First of all, you can set one of your images so that it matches the JPEG and then you can create a preset that can either be applied individually or applied to all raw, when imported into Lightroom. This could be a preset or several presets. But only a preset can be applied to the import. The other option would be to adapt one of your raw images so that it matches the JPEG and then save the new camera default values. These default values then apply whenever you import new images or reset the images that have already been imported.

    Since you use a Canon camera, in the section of calibration in the develop module, you'll find profiles of different cameras available that are designed to match the different camera settings that you can choose in the camera. These profiles can help get the picture more closely what looks like JPEG.

Maybe you are looking for

  • Error code 80244019 0 x and an inability to update anything Microsoft or MSN partner

    I'm trying to download updates and I get the same message that updates failed to install and it will list the code in the title. I tried to light BIT by pulling manually as it says on page of help and support, but that has not worked.

  • error at startup: 2 Partions Active

    I get an error on startup upward on a windows XP computer '2 active Partitions' and all it allows me to do is try again or enter setup.  I tried to boot from the CD, but once get going you and trying to recover, he said: none found hard drive.  There

  • loss of printer interface

    I have a Dell pc with a lexmark x 1150 printer.  I have a printer interface lost message each tooth I stop pc.  Having installed the latest driver, checked with Dell started and punt re printer uninstalled several times.  Any suggestions?

  • Laptop freezes and then stop.

    Log name: SystemSource: Service Control ManagerDate: 15/07/2016-09:49:55Event ID: 7024Task category: noLevel: errorKeywords: ClassicUser: n/aComputer: PC-userDescription:The Windows Search service terminated with service specific error %-2147418113.T

  • Message to username/password invalid when you try to connect to the computer on a homegroup.

    Original title: Second computer cannot find the domain of the first computer in a homegroup I have a 2 computer homegroup.  Each computer is says that it is a member of the homegroup.  No matter what computer created the homegroup has no difficulty t