Camera Installation Instructions

5 steps to use Kinovea for capturing, recording, measuring and annotating images with your machine vision camera

If you want to visualize, record, measure, annotate, and perform motion analysis with an industrial camera on your images, Kinovea is a useful open-source tool for you. Kinovea is perfect for sports, in a lab, and industrial automation applications. In this article, we will give you a step-by-step walkthrough on how to install Kinovea, set up recording parameters, and perform basic measurements and annotations for your industrial camera. Continue Reading

How to use 2ndLook software with your machine vision cameras

If you are looking for easy-to-use software for recording videos with industrial cameras, look no further than 2ndLook. This user-friendly software offers a simple design that allows you to easily record and review videos. Different file formats, including MP4, RAW, or the 2ndLook Video Library format can be recorded. The 2ndLook software is compatible with all USB3 and GigE industrial cameras. Continue Reading

Installing your USB3 / GigE industrial camera when using 3rd party software like Halcon, Labview, Cognex, Matlab and OpenCV

If you are looking to install a USB3/GigE industrial camera with 3rd party machine vision software like Halcon, Labview, Cognex, or OpenCV, then you’ve come to the right place. At GeT Cameras, we offer detailed manuals to guide you through the installation and operation of our industrial cameras with these software packages. The manuals can be used for 3rd party machine vision software like MvTec Halcon, NI Labview, Cognex Vision Pro, Matlab, OpenCV, and Arm Boards software. Continue Reading

3 step process for downloading, installing and running the Linux Galaxy SDK for your ARM-based hardware

Learn how to download, install and use the Linux Galaxy Software Development Kit (SDK) for ARM-based hardware like the Raspberry Pi or Nvidia Jetson. By modifying camera parameters with this SDK, you can acquire images on our USB3 and GigE cameras. With our cameras, we have tested small development boards like the Nvidia Jetson series and the Raspberry Pi. The images in the article are from Linux running development boards. Continue Reading

Daheng Galaxy Viewer for programming our industrial cameras

If you are looking to test and program your industrial camera, the Daheng Galaxy Viewer program is an essential tool for the job. The Galaxy Viewer software allows you to easily adjust camera parameters, store and capture images, and has multiple plugins for additional features like crosshair, grid, and LUT. In this article, we’ll walk you through the possibilities and how to use the Daheng Galaxy Viewer to get the most out of your industrial camera. Continue Reading

How to acquire images from your industrial camera by installing Aravis on Linux

Aravis is a machine vision software kit developed to use multiple machine vision cameras simultaneously, regardless of the manufacturer. It is an object based vision library, originally created for Linux, to control and acquire images from digital industrial cameras, and comes with a basic viewer interface. In this article, we will describe how to install Aravis on Linux using Python and start acquiring images from your industrial camera. Continue Reading
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