◆ Designed to augment the features of PIXCI® frame grabbers, XCAP puts image processing power at fingertip control.
◆ Under Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, or 11 or under Linux, with a few clicks of the mouse, easy-to-use menus and dialogs allow simple or complex imaging tasks to be effortlessly completed.
◆ XCAP is engineered to provide solutions across diverse imaging technologies.
◆ Quality control, medical imaging, microscopy, machine vision, research & development, and varied applications requiring motion capture, image enhancement, calibrated measurement, particle analysis, multi-camera imaging, or image archival, are all easily accomplished.
◆ Together, a PIXCI® frame grabber and XCAP seamlessly integrate most popular video cameras with a broad array of features: individual, sequence, or triggered capture and display; video enhancement and pseudo-color; examination of image details; an extensive library of image processing functions; graphical annotation; image export, import, and printing; and programmable video resolution.
◆ XCAP combines an easy-to-use Java-based graphical user interface with highly efficient “C” and assembler image processing routines.
◆ Multi-threading allows virtually unlimited views, graphs, and analyses of one or multiple images.
◆ Simultaneous presentation and manipulation of multiple images, whether from PIXCI® frame buffers, TWAIN devices, or from disk, of varying resolutions and pixel formats, are all built-in features of XCAP.
◆ XCAP includes a scripting language, user-defined tool bars, and non-procedural “spread sheet” programming for automating image analysis and inspection tasks.
◆ Other applications, in virtually any programming language, can remotely control XCAP through scripts.