These release notes describe the changes to the IDS Software Suite 4.93. This version extends the functionality of some camera models.
IDS Software Suite 4.93.0
New and changed functions
Enhanced binning functionality for models with Sony sensors
In the camera families uEye SE USB 3.1 Gen 1 and USB 3 uEye CP Rev. 2, the following models support both horizontal and vertical binning:
On monochrome models it is possible to set vertical and horizontal binning independently of each other.
For colour sensors, vertical binning can only be set together with horizontal binning. However, horizontal binning can be set individually.
Additive binning is used for all models, which increases the image brightness.
Increased frame rate with subsampling
For the following models in the camera families uEye SE USB 3.1 Gen 1, USB 3 uEye CP Rev. 2, GigE uEye CP Rev. 2, GigE uEye FA, GigE uEye SE Rev. 4, the frame rate increases for vertical subsampling with a factor of 2 or larger:
Subsampling for uEye LE USB 3.1 Gen 1
In the uEye LE USB 3.1 Gen 1 camera family, the following models support subsampling:
Autofocus extended for models with active focus
From version 4.93 on, the camera models with active focus, e.g. uEye LE USB 3.1 Gen 1 AF, support continuous autofocus in addition to the one-time autofocus. This makes it even easier to adapt to varying working distances.
Function "is_Measure" extended
is_Measure() function has been extended with new methods for sharpness measurement.
The existing structure
MEASURE_SHARPNESS_AOI_INFO is replaced by the new structure
MEASURE_SHARPNESS_INFO that also contains a parameter for the start address of the image buffer to be used for the calculation.
It is recommended to use the new structure
MEASURE_SHARPNESS_INFO. The existing structure
MEASURE_SHARPNESS_AOI_INFO is marked as "deprecated", but it can still be used for downward compatibility reasons.
- UI-1007XS: Fixed a bug that caused a wrong color image when writing internal registers.
- In IDS line scan, the GigE uEye CP Rev. 2 models may lose a line between two images with a pixel clock > 60 MHz.