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Use Elphel camera from python with opencv2

Project description

Control Elphel camera 353 from python using RTSP protocol and from imgsrv access for full resoltion images. See the GitHub Page: https://github.com/hchauvet/pyElphel

Installation

From file:

python setup.py install

From pip:

pip install pyElphel

Examples

Video at full resolution (2592x1936) is impossible using RTSP. For this resolution use grab_image_slow(), which relies on imgsrv access through http.

Set parameters:

from pyElphel import Elphel

cam = Elphel()

cam.params['WOI_WIDTH'] = 1280
cam.params['WOI_HEIGHT'] = 720
cam.params['COLOR'] = 1
cam.params['EXPOS'] = 10000

cam.set_params()

Live display:

from pyElphel import Elphel

with Elphel() as cam:
    cam.display()

Get single image:

from pyElphel import Elphel

with Elphel() as cam:
    cam.init_live()

    img = cam.grab_image()

Get single image at full resolution:

from pyElphel import Elphel

cam = Elphel()

img = cam.grab_image_slow()

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