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PixeLink Capture

PixeLINK Capture is a real-time, interactive, multi-camera application and fully integrated with PixeLINK SDK R10.2.  This software is compatible with all PixeLINK’s PL-B and PL-D line of cameras and has been developed using the most advanced software development tools in the market to provide an unmatched multi-camera user experience.

PixeLINK Capture streams real-time, high-quality video that can be viewed in a multi-window environment which includes a preview window, a configuration window, and a real-time graphical histogram on a monitor providing the ability to adjust image size, color and exposure interactively through an easy-to-use control interface prior to image or video clip capture.

Users now have the ability to drag and drop or arrange windows as they like. As a multi-camera application with a built-in autofocus application, PixeLINK Capture offers tremendous flexibility and power allowing vision engineers the ability to configure and test multi-camera vision applications.

For advanced users, PixeLINK Capture offers options of more complex image enhancements for exposure control, filtering, frame-by-frame property changes, multi-camera application testing and configuration, all viewable in the preview window prior to capture.

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