I’m using CVB 13.02.002 on Ubuntu 18.04 x86_64 to capture live images from 4 cameras (1x DALSA Genie Nano C4030, 3x DALSA Genie Nano C2020) at 10 fps at maximum resolution in Bayer8-raw image format.
I was in the progress of implementing a simple image capture application that would dump the stream of all 4 cameras to disk using the CVB C++ API, when I noticed that some image frames - when rapid movement occurs in the image - appear to contain memory from previous image buffers. First I thought that might be due to some implementation issues in my program, but then I switched to GenICamBrowser and the result was the same:
- When simultaneously live viewing 4 cameras with GenICamBrowser, some horizontal lines seem to contain outdated image buffer information and therefore the image appears to be torn apart (flickering of some horizontal lines in the vicinity of the moving object).
Do you have a suggestion how to fix this issue?