We have AVT camera's here, so putting a frame in memory could be an option,
but the system here uses 16 AVT Dolphin camera's..
Pretty expensive to use 16 camera for a test. I would be a lot cheaper to
simulate the camera using a pc, that's why I needed the simulation option.
But I will see what I can find otherwise I guess I got to do it myself ;)
From: Damien Douxchamps [mailto:ddouxcha@...]
Sent: Saturday, October 30, 2004 16:52
To: Rene Kooning
Subject: Re: [libdc1394-devel] simulating a firewire
On Tue, 2004-10-19 at 11:35, Rene Kooning wrote:
> Hi there,
> Does anybody have experience (or maybe even an example) of a program
> simulating a firewire camera? I want to test my application using
> pre-defined images. these images should be transfered by firewire to
> my application. I don't want to modify my application which connects
> to the camera, because that might change it's behaviour.
I don't know anything like this. One way to hack it would be to use the test
pattern output of some cameras, which allow a constant image to be sent. I
think some cameras can even let you put a frame in memory that can be played
back forever. Check Balser and AVT cameras, for example.
_ Damien 'Takahara' Douxchamps
('- Post-doctoral investigator
//\ Image Processing Group, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
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