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    Product Line: Vision Software
    Version: 2014.02
    Release date: 02-14-2014
    Software type: Driver
    Operating system: Windows 8 32-bit; Windows 8 64-bit; Windows 7 64-bit; Windows 7 32-bit; Windows Vista; Windows XP 32-bit; Windows Server 2008; Windows Server 2003 R2 32-bit

    NI Vision Acquisition Software Release Notes
    February 2014
    This file contains important information about National Instruments Vision Acquisition Software, and is organized into the following sections:
    New Features
    Upgrade Considerations for Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras
    Minimum System Requirements
    Updates and Improvements
    Software Support
    Installation
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    Configuring NI-IMAQ
    Configuring NI-IMAQdx
    Known Issues
    Documentation
    How to Use NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8
    NI Software Support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    NI Vision Acquisition Software allows you to acquire, display, and save images; control digital I/O on National Instruments image acquisition devices; and configure your driver software and hardware.

    New Features
    This release of Vision Acquisition Software includes the following new features:
    NI-IMAQ 4.9
    NI-IMAQ is driver software for NI 17xx smart cameras, as well as analog, parallel digital, and Camera Link image acquisition devices.
    • Support for two new Camera Link configurations: Medium-4T8 2XE-2YE, and Medium-2T24 2XE-1Y.
    NI-IMAQdx 4.3.5
    NI-IMAQdx is driver software that supports NI 177x smart cameras, as well as IEEE 1394, GigE Vision, DirectShow-compatible USB, USB3 Vision cameras, and IP cameras.
    • Support for webcams that use MJPEG streaming on NI RT Linux platforms.
    NI-IMAQ I/O 2.9
    NI-IMAQ I/O provides support for reconfigurable input/output (RIO) using National Instruments EVS-1460 Series Embedded Vision Systems, compact vision systems, and other GigE Vision and IEEE 1394 reconfigurable image acquisition devices.
    • Support for PCIe-1473R and 1473R-LX110 on 64-bit LabVIEW 2012 and 64-bit LabVIEW 2013.

    Upgrade Considerations for Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras
    NI-IMAQdx no longer supports Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. This version of NI-IMAQdx uninstalls the Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras feature of NI-IMAQdx 3.3 or earlier. If you require Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras, you must download and install it separately. Visit ni.com/infoand enter the info code legacy1394 for information about how to install Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. This version of NI-IMAQdx does not affect separate installations of Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras.
    Porting Existing Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras Applications to NI-IMAQdx
    In most cases, there is a one-to-one correlation between an NI-IMAQdx VI or function and Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras VI or function. For example, the IMAQ 1394 Snap VI has been replaced with the IMAQdx Snap VI and takes similar parameters.
    You set and get camera attributes differently for each driver. For example, with Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras, you passed in an enumerated type that contained the attribute name and a value. With NI-IMAQdx, you pass a string with the attribute name and value.
    Another major difference between the two drivers is that NI-IMAQdx now supports the Event Structure in LabVIEW. Rather than using occurrences, as you did with Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras, you can now register the Frame Done event to fire in LabVIEW for more readable code.
    Maintenance and Support Policy
    National Instruments recommends that all new applications be developed with NI-IMAQdx. All new features, bug fixes, or other enhancements in the future will be made to the NI-IMAQdx driver and API. NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras is "frozen" to ensure that the behavior of existing applications does not change. NI-IMAQdx no longer includes Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. This version of NI-IMAQdx uninstalls Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. If you requires Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras, you must download and install it separately. Visit ni.com/info and enter the info code legacy1394 for information about how to install Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. National Instruments Applications Engineers no longer support the Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras API.

    Minimum System Requirements
    The development computer must meet the following requirements to run NI Vision Acquisition Software:
    Processor
    Pentium 4 1 GHz or equivalent
    Memory
    512 MB RAM
    Display
    1,024 × 768 resolution video adapter with a 16-bit display
    Minimum Recommended
    Free Hard Disk Space
    Vision Acquisition Software
    2 GB
    NI-IMAQ
    1 GB
    NI-IMAQdx
    1 GB
    NI-IMAQ I/O
    1.5 GB
    Operating System
    Windows 8/7/Vista/XP SP3 (32-bit)/Server 2012 R2/Server 2008 R2/Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
    Browser
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
    Updates and Improvements
    The following list describes issues in previous versions of the NI Vision Development Module that are fixed in this release. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current version of the NI Vision Development Module.
    IDFixed Issue
    443429NI Linux RT targets hang when a VI server call unloads IMAQdx DLL.
    441110Vision Acquisition Express VI loses settings when edited.
    411312BayerGR10, BayerGR12, BayerGR14, and BayerGR16 pixel formats do not support a U16 image type.
    417567Cannot discover myRIO targets after dropping IMAQdx VIs.
    436339IMAQdxDispose is not listed in C API.
    430510Cannot use more than one USB3 vision camera with the cRIO-9068 controller.
    440203The Simulate Acquisition function of the Express VI does not load images.
    433953Bottom to Top tap orientation causes hang on camera files with multiple taps.
    438571Output Image Type attribute does not switch between U16 and I16 image signedness.
    411296The Bayer bilinear algorithm does not properly decode pixels on the right side of the image for certain image widths.
    443279NI-IMAQ Property Node does not show all supported hardware under the Interface Type property.

    Software Support
    This section describes the operating systems and application development environments (ADEs) supported by NI Vision Acquisition Software.
    Operating Systems
    • LabVIEW Real-Time Module 2010 or later
    • (32-bit) Windows 8/7/Vista/XP SP3 (32-bit) SP2/Server 2012 R2/Server 2008 R2/Server 2003 R2
    • (64-bit) Windows 8/7/Vista/Server 2012 R2/Server 2008 R2
    Note  NI Vision Acquisition Software does not support Windows Server non-R2 editions.
    Firmware Update
    A firmware update is available for the following devices to allow non-LabVIEW applications to run on systems with more than 3GB of physical memory:
    • NI PCIe-1427
    • NI PCIe-1429
    • NI PCIe-1430
    To update the device firmware, launch MAX and select Tools»NI Vision»Update NI-IMAQ Device Firmware.
    Remote Target Support
    NI Vision Acquisition Software September 2011 was the last version of NI Vision Acquisition Software to provide support for the NI 1762 Smart Camera and the NI 1764 Smart Camera. New software features of NI Vision Acquisition Software will not work on these devices. Backward compatibility for existing applications is maintained.
    NI Vision Acquisition Software February 2013 was the last version of NI Vision Acquisition Software to provide support for the NI 1454, 1455, and 1456 Compact Vision Systems. New software features of NI Vision Acquisition Software will not work on these devices. Backward compatibility for existing applications is maintained.
    Development Environments
    • LabVIEW 2010 or later
    • LabWindows/CVI 8.1 or later
    • Microsoft Visual C/C++ 6.0 or later
    • Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 or later
    • Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2005 and 2008 (except NI-IMAQ I/O)
    Additional Software
    You can also use NI-IMAQ, and NI-IMAQdx with the following National Instruments software packages to prototype, benchmark, and deploy your applications.
    • NI Vision Development Module 7.1 or later
    • NI Vision Builder for Automated Inspection (Vision Builder AI) 2.5 or later

    Installation Instructions
    Complete the following steps to install NI Vision Acquisition Software:
    Note: You must have administrator access to install the NI Vision Acquisition Software.
    • Insert the NI Vision Acquisition Software installation media.
    • If you do not have autorun enabled, double-click autorun.exe. If you have autorun enabled, autorun.exe runs automatically.
    • Follow the onscreen instructions.
    NI-IMAQ and NI-IMAQdx integrate with MAX, the National Instruments utility for configuring and testing your measurement and automation system. The MAX icon appears on your desktop after you install NI Vision Acquisition Software.
    Installing from an NI Software Suite or NI Product Bundle
    If you purchased this product with an NI Software Suite or NI Product Bundle, use the installation media that shipped with your purchase to install this product.

    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    You can automate the installation of most NI products using command-line arguments to suppress some or all of the installer user interface and dialog boxes. However, starting with the August 2012 releases (products using NI Installers version 3.1 or later), you may need to perform additional steps before or during a silent installation of NI software.
    If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.0, the .NET installer may run before any NI software installs and may require a reboot before the installation of NI software begins. To avoid a .NET reboot, install .NET 4.0 separately before you install NI software.
    For more information, refer to the following KnowledgeBase articles:
    • For more information on silent installations of individual NI products, refer to KB 4CJDP38M, Automating the Installation of a Single Installer.
    • For more information on silent installations of suited NI products, such as NI Developer Suite, refer to KB 4GGGDQH0, Automating the Installation of a Suited Installer.
    • To determine what version of NI Installers your product contains, refer to KB 4CJDR18M, How Can I Determine the Type and Version of My National Instruments Installer?.

    Configuring NI-IMAQ
    Complete the following steps to install an image acquisition device and configure NI-IMAQ:
    Note: You must install NI-IMAQ before installing your image acquisition device.
    Caution: Power off and unplug the computer before installing your hardware. Wait for any motherboard LEDs to power off before proceeding, since some computers remain powered for some time after being unplugged.
    • Install your image acquisition device, and connect the camera. Refer to the device documentation for specific hardware installation instructions.
    • Run MAX.
      • Double-click the MAX icon on the desktop. You can use MAX to modify camera properties. Once you have saved these properties, they become the default settings for all NI-IMAQ applications.
      • Expand Devices and Interfaces and NI-IMAQ Devices to display a list of the image acquisition devices installed on your computer.
    • Select a camera file, and acquire an image.
      • Click the plus sign next to the image acquisition device to expand the menu tree and list the available channels or ports. Right-click the channel or port to display a list of available cameras.
      • Select the appropriate camera type from the list. Camera type selection varies according to the image acquisition device installed.
      • To change the camera settings, modify the parameters at the bottom of the image viewer panel.
      • You can acquire an image in the following ways:
        • Use the Snap button to acquire and display a single image with the image acquisition device.
        • Use the Grab button to acquire images continuously. A grab allows you to focus the camera.


    Tip: For a complete list of supported cameras, right-click the channel or port, select Camera, and click Search ni.com.
    Note: Refer to the right side of the MAX user interface, which displays context-sensitive help, for information about configuring image acquisition devices with MAX.
    Configuring a Remote PXI/Compact PCIe Image Acquisition Device
    Use MAX to install NI-IMAQ for LabVIEW Real-Time from the host machine onto the target system. The NI-IMAQ for LabVIEW Real-Time components enable the remote device to acquire and analyze images as directed by the host machine.
    Note: Install NI-IMAQ and the LabVIEW Real-Time Module on the remote system before you install and configure the image acquisition device. Follow the steps in the MAX help window to install software.
    Tip: Configuring remote image acquisition devices is similar to configuring local image acquisition devices, except that the procedure for working with camera files is different. Refer to the Measurement & Automation Explorer Help for NI-IMAQ for information about working with camera files on remote image acquisition devices.
    • Launch MAX.
    • In the Configuration tree, expand Remote Systems.
    • Expand the appropriate system.
    • Expand Devices and Interfaces.
    • Expand NI-IMAQ Devices.
    • Expand the device you want to configure.
    Refer to the Measurement & Automation Explorer Help for NI-IMAQ for information about configuring specific NI image acquisition devices. You can access this help file from the MAX Help menu by selecting Help»Help Topics»NI Vision»NI-IMAQ.

    Configuring NI-IMAQdx
    Complete the following steps to install and configure NI-IMAQdx.
    If you are using a USB camera, ensure that the camera is compatible with DirectShow, and that the camera driver is installed and functioning. For specific information about drivers and camera compatibility, consult your camera manufacturer documentation.
    Instructions for configuring an IEEE 1394 or GigE Vision camera are included in the Measurement & Automation Explorer Help for NI-IMAQdx. You can access this help file from the MAX Help menu by selecting Help»Help Topics»NI Vision»NI-IMAQdx.
    Installing IEEE 1394 Hardware
    Install your IEEE 1394 interface card. Follow the installation instructions provided by the manufacturer.
    Installing the High Performance GigE Vision Driver
    If you have an Intel Pro/1000 Series gigabit Ethernet Network Interface Card (NIC), it is recommended that you install the High Performance GigE Vision Driver. This will ensure optimized performance and minimal configuration. To associate your hardware with the high performance driver, complete the following steps.
    • Install your NIC.
      • If Windows does not prompt you to choose a driver, proceed to step 2.
      • If Windows prompts you to choose a driver, proceed to step 3.
    • Right-click the NIC in the Device Manager, and select Update Driver.
    • Choose not to connect to the Windows Update Web site, and click Next.
    • Choose to Install from a list or a specific location, and click Next.
    • Choose Don't Search. I will choose the driver to install.
    • Click Next.
    • Select National Instruments GigE Vision driver from the list, and click Next.
    • Click Finish.
    Installing the Universal GigE Vision Driver
    NI-IMAQdx will work with any standard gigabit Ethernet NIC. To use NI-IMAQdx with a standard gigabit Ethernet NIC, complete the following steps:
    • Install the NIC and any related drivers. Refer to the NIC device documentation for installation instructions.
    • Enable jumbo frames (frame packet size is greater than 1,500 bytes) on your NIC.
      • Right-click the NIC in the Device Manager, and select Properties.
      • Click the Advanced tab, and Jumbo Frames will appear in the Property list if supported by your NIC.
      • Select the largest frame size available and click OK.
      Note: The procedure for enabling jumbo frames on your NIC may vary by manufacturer. Refer to the NIC device documentation for more information about enabling jumbo frames.
    • Disable the Windows Firewall or any additional third party firewalls on the port. Windows Firewall can be disabled on individual ports from the Advanced tab of the Windows Firewall applet.
    Configuring Multiple Ports (Windows XP only)
    If you plan to use multiple ports with NI-IMAQdx, complete the following steps:
    • Open the Network Connections window in Windows, and select all of the ports that cameras will be connected to by holding while clicking each port.
    • Right-click one of the selected ports, and choose Bridge Connections.
      Note: If you are not using the High Performance Driver, you will be unable to use jumbo frames on bridged devices.

    Configuring NI-IMAQdx for Windows
    Complete the following steps to configure NI-IMAQdx for Windows:
    • Connect the camera.
    • Run MAX.
      • Double-click the MAX icon on your desktop. You can use MAX to modify camera attributes. After you have saved these attributes, they become the default settings for all NI-IMAQdx or NI Vision applications.
      • Expand Devices and Interfaces»NI-IMAQdx in the configuration tree to display a list of the cameras installed on your computer.
      • For IEEE 1394 and USB3 Vision cameras, NI-IMAQdx may not be associated with the camera if a third-party driver is installed. If this is the case, change the associated driver by right-clicking the camera and selecting Driver»NI-IMAQdx.
      • Select the camera from the list. You then can view or modify the camera attributes on the Camera Attributes tab located below the image viewer.

    Tip: Click the Show Help button to display the help window on the right side of the image viewer. Move your mouse over the properties to view context-sensitive help in the bottom half of the help window.
    Configuring NI-IMAQdx for the LabVIEW Real-Time Module
    If you are using a Windows development machine, the LabVIEW Real-Time Module, and an RT target, complete the following steps to install and configure NI-IMAQdx:
    • Install NI-IMAQdx software on your Windows development machine.
    • Ensure that your RT target is connected to the same subnet as the Windows development machine.
    • Run MAX.
      • Double-click the MAX icon on your desktop.
      • Expand the Remote Systems list in the configuration tree.
      • Select your RT target in the list.
      • Configure your network settings. Refer to the Remote Systems Help in MAX (Help»Help Topics»Remote Systems) for instructions about configuring network settings.
    • Install NI-IMAQdx on the RT target.
      • Click the Software item below the RT target in the configuration tree.
      • Click Install Software on the MAX toolbar to launch the LabVIEW Real-Time Install Software Wizard.
      • Select NI-IMAQdx RT, as well as any additional software you would like to install on the target machine.
      • Click Next. Review the list of software you selected to install.
      • Click Next to begin downloading the software to the target machine. When MAX has finished downloading the software, it restarts the remote device.
      • Click Finish.
    • Connect your camera to your remote system.
    • Press to refresh the MAX configuration tree. Your camera should be listed in the Remote Systems list.
      Tip: Press to refresh the configuration tree whenever you connect a new device to an RT target.
    • Expand Devices and Interfaces»NI-IMAQdx in the configuration tree to display a list of the cameras installed on your computer.
    • Select the camera from the list. You then can view or modify the camera attributes from the Camera Attributes panel located below the image viewer.

    Known IssuesNI-IMAQ
    • In LabVIEW 2012 and earlier, error codes returned during a property node read or write are not being reported correctly. The status flag is set correctly, to notify you that an error occurred, but the code is set to an invalid value.
    NI-IMAQdx
    • Volume License Manager attempts to check out available Vision Development Module licenses before trying Vision Acquisition Software licenses.
    • Attempts to extend the evaluation period for Vision Acquisition Software licenses from within LabVIEW or the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine are unsuccessful in connecting to the internet.
    • Subsequent calls to enumerate devices do not reflect USB3 Vision device insertions or removals. You must close and restart the application to correct this issue.
    NI-IMAQ I/O
    • On NI CVS-1457RT targets, serial configuration is not available in MAX. Programmatic configuration is still available in Vision Builder AI and LabVIEW.
    • In LabVIEW 2013, Project Explorer displays the NI 1454, 1455, and 1456 Compact Vision Systems. However, LabVIEW 2013 does not support the NI 1454, 1455, and 1456 Compact Vision Systems.
    • Only one NI PCIe-1473R frame grabber can use the virtual serial port at a time.

    Documentation
    Documentation is installed onto your hard drive with NI Vision Acquisition Software. The documentation ships as Adobe Acrobat portable document format (PDF) files and HTML Help files. To view the NI Vision Acquisition Software documentation, select Start»All Programs»National Instruments»Vision»Documentation.
    Note: You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed to view the PDFs. Refer to the Adobe Systems Incorporated Web site at www.adobe.com to download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
    NI LabVIEW Documentation
    You can access the NI-IMAQ VI Reference Help, NI-IMAQdx VI Reference Help, and NI Vision-RIO VI Reference Help from the LabVIEW Help menu. In LabVIEW, select Help»NI Vision for LabVIEW Help.
    .NET Documentation
    The NI Vision Acquisition Software .NET documentation merges into the NI Measurement Studio Help. The NI Measurement Studio Help integrates into the Visual Studio Combined Help Collection under the Measurement Studio node in the Table of Contents. In order for links from Measurement Studio help topics to .NET Framework help topics to work, you must install the product documentation for Visual Studio, which installs the MSDN Library. This requires a secondary installation during the Visual Studio installation process.
    The NI Measurement Studio Help is in the Microsoft Help 2.0 format and requires a Microsoft Help 2.0 viewer to be displayed. A Microsoft Help 2.0 viewer is installed with both Microsoft Visual Studio and the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK. The SDK is freely available from MSDN at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads. If you do not have either of these products, you will need a standalone Microsoft Help 2.0 viewer to display the documentation. Some Help 2.0 viewers are available for download, such as Helpware's H2Viewer.
    • NI Measurement Studio Help—Contains reference information about NI Vision for .NET objects. Describes how to create machine vision and image processing applications in Visual Basic .NET and C# using the NI Vision Development Module. You can launch the NI Measurement Studio Help in the following ways:
      If you have Measurement Studio installed:

      • From the Windows Start menu, select Start»All Programs»National Instruments»»Measurement Studio Documentation, where is the location to which Measurement Studio is installed. The help launches in a stand-alone help viewer.
      • From Visual Studio, select Measurement Studio»NI Measurement Studio Help.
      If you do not have Measurement Studio installed:
      • From Visual Studio, select Help»Contents to view the Visual Studio table of contents. The NI Measurement Studio Help is listed in the table of contents.


    How to Use NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8
    When you install National Instruments software on Microsoft Windows 8, you will notice a few additional tiles on the Start screen, including shortcuts to NI application software products such as NI LabVIEW, Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX), and the new NI Launcher.
    Using NI Launcher
    NI Launcher helps you find and launch installed NI products. It provides you with a method of finding NI products similar to the Start menu in previous versions of Microsoft Windows. To use NI Launcher, click the NI Launcher tile on the Start screen. NI Launcher launches the desktop and opens a menu containing a list of NI products. Click any NI product to launch it.
    Note  MAX does not appear as a desktop shortcut when installed on Microsoft Windows 8. You can launch MAX either from the Start screen or from within NI Launcher.
    Pinning Frequently Used Applications
    For convenience, you can pin your most-used NI applications, such as MAX, to either the Start screen or the Taskbar on the desktop, as necessary:
    Current ApplicationIcon LocationPin to Action
    Windows 8 DesktopDesktop TaskbarRight-click application and select Pin to Taskbar
    Windows 8 DesktopStart screenRight-click application and select Pin to Start
    Windows 8 Start screenDesktop TaskbarRight-click application and select Pin to taskbar from the menu bar on the bottom of the screen
    Finding All Programs
    If you want to find a particular application or related files, such as documentation files, from the Start screen, you can access all installed files by right-clicking anywhere on the Start screen and selecting All apps. A list of all installed software and related files appears, in alphabetical order by creator or type.
    For more information about NI support for Windows 8, visit ni.com/windows8.

    NI Vision Acquisition Software Drops Support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 in 2016
    National Instruments Vision Acquisition Software will drop support for Microsoft Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003 as of July 1, 2016. Versions of Vision Acquisition Software that ship after July 1, 2016 will not install or run on Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows Server 2003. For detailed information about NI application software product life cycles, visit ni.com/info and enter one of the following Info Codes:
    ProductInfo Code
    NI LabVIEWlifecycle
    NI LabWindows™/CVI™cvi_lifecycle
    NI Measurement Studiomstudiolifecycle
    NI TestStandtslcp
    NI DIAdemddlcp
    NI SignalExpressselcp
    NI VeriStandnivslifecycle

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    NI-IMAQdx no longer supports Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. This version of NI-IMAQdx uninstalls the Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras feature of NI-IMAQdx 3.3 or earlier. If you require Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras, you must download and install it separately. Visit ni.com/info and enter the info code legacy1394 for information about how to install Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras. This version of NI-IMAQdx does not affect separate installations of Legacy NI-IMAQ for IEEE 1394 Cameras.
    此版本的IMAQdx不再支持传统的1394相机。
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