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SDK for MatLab/LabView

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SAN DIEGO, April 25, 2011 — Photron Inc. has added a device controller software development kit (SDK) for both MatLab and National Instruments’ LabView to the FastCam Viewer (PFV) software package. The PFV functionality integrates control of the company’s extensive range of high-speed cameras with customers’ existing MatLab and LabView functionality, enabling seamless high-speed image acquisition and download.

The company offers advanced software functionality for high-speed camera control and slow motion video replay.

The software’s intuitive user interface provides easy access to integrate complex functionality with the camera’s ability to capture, replay and produce high-speed image sequences in industry-standard file formats, including AVI (Windows video), MOV (Apple QuickTime video), tiff (8- or 26-bit file formats), jpeg, bmp, png (portable network graphics), RAW and RAWW (native camera file formats).
Apr 2011

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