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David Enhancement Request!
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Message 11 of 14 (1,702 Views)

Re: David Enhancement Request!


Oteck wrote:

I'd also like to request more camera controls such as rotation allowing camera to view upside down (having camera mounted upside down)

 

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Order which camera on the side preview instead of having it automatically sorted via usbID? It's confusing if i can't order it w/o having to move camera's around. Not ideal when the setup is fixed

Also regarding camera, sometimes they don't show up comming from usb2 port and needs to be disconnected/reconnected to show up when starting the program; this causes it to loose the camera settings.


If you hoover your mouse pointer over small camera window you will get controls and you will be able to change some settings. You can rotate camera picture to left or right.

 

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Message 12 of 14 (1,680 Views)

Re: David Enhancement Request!

90 degree left, 90 degree right - > YES

180 degree - > NO

I had already mentioned this on the old forum. Sometimes the configuration needs to have the camera upside down (macro setup).

Of course scanning works, but not very comfortable when scan is upside down.

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Message 13 of 14 (1,669 Views)

Re: David Enhancement Request!

Oh, ok. Solution nr.2!

 

- hoover your mouse pointer over camera preview window

 

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- click on the gear button (camera properties), new window will appear

- in new window go on the second tab and put check mark on vertical

- press OK

 

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Message 14 of 14 (961 Views)

Re: David Enhancement Request!

Is this a driver limitation? It would be nicer to have it more accessable than having to dig through the confusing menu system

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