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    NI Vision Development Module 2011 Readme
    June 2011
    This file contains important information about National Instruments Vision Development Module and is organized into the following sections:
    General Information
    New Features
    Updates and Improvements
    System Requirements
    Installation Instructions
    How to Activate the NI Vision License
    Deploying Vision Applications
    Known Issues
    Documentation and Examples
    Refer to the Machine Vision Web site at ni.com/vision for the latest information about the NI Vision Development Module.
    General Information
    Installing this program may remove previous versions of the NI Vision Development Module that are currently instalLED.
    The NI Vision Development Module 2011 supports LabVIEW 8.6, 2009, 2010, and 2011, Visual Studio 2005 and 2008, and LabWindows™/CVI™ 8.1 or later. The installer specifically allows side-by-side installations of NI Vision for each of the supported versions of LabVIEW, enabling you to use the NI Vision Development Module with multiple versions of LabVIEW. National Instruments recommends that you install LabVIEW, LabVIEW Real-Time, or any other supported development environment, before installing the NI Vision Development Module.
    Note: The NI Vision Development Module overwrites existing NI Vision examples and NI Vision VIs. Move modified examples or VIs that you want to save to another directory before installing the NI Vision Development Module.
    New Features
    This release of the NI Vision Development Module includes the following new features:
    • Support for LabVIEW 2011 (32-bit)
    • Support for LabVIEW 2011 (64-bit)
    • Improved single camera calibration
    • Support for a max clamp function based on curve extraction
    • New Calibration Training Interface. Use the Calibration Training Interface to select and create a calibration for use in machine vision applications
    • Support for the following NI Vision algorithms in C and .NET:
      • Color Segmentation
      • Edge Detection
      • Metrology
      • Morphological Reconstruction
      • Rotated Rectangle ROI for Pattern Matching
      • Texture Defect Detection
    Note: Updated C and .NET calibration functions do not include updated learn functions. To learn a calibration using the new algorithm, use the Calibration Training Interface, and apply the calibration using imaqCopyCalibrationInfo2.
    Updates and Improvements
    The following list describes issues in previous versions of the NI Vision Development Module that are fixed in this release. If you have a CAR ID, you can search this list to validate that the issue has been fixed. This is not an exhaustive list of issues fixed in the current version of the NI Vision Development Module.
    IDFixed Issue
    282347Under specific circumstances, using .NET code generation with an image mask returns an error.
    282347Under specific circumstances, the Vision Assistant express VI stops unexpectedly and returns an error.
    283410Using .NET code generation with Advance Straight Edge produces incorrect results.
    286291The Vision Assistant overlay does not display Japanese characters properly.
    293046In the Vision Assistant Gray Morphological Reconstruction step, the Structuring Element controls behave abnormally.
    297417Under specific circumstances, running a VI using IMAQ Create causes LabVIEW 2010 to close unexpectedly.
    297642Vision Assistant does not display correctly when maximized on a dual monitor system.
    298328Using C code generation        to add an ROI produces incorrect results.
    298641Under specific circumstances, creating a Golden Template with the LearnGoldenTemplate algorithm in Visual Studio returns an error.
    298497The IMAQ Quantify 2 VI does not support offsets to position a mask within an image.
    301869The Optical Flow Feature Tracking example VI causes LabVIEW to close unexpectedly after processing 20 images.
    241592
    System Requirements
    The development computer must meet the following system requirements to run the NI Vision Development Module:
    MinimumRecommended
    Processor233 MHz Pentium or equivalentPentium 4/M or equivalent
    Memory256 MB RAM512 MB RAM
    Display1,024 × 768 resolution video adapter with a 16-bit display1,024 × 768 resolution video adapter with a 24- or 32-bit display
    Free Hard Disk Space
    1.4 GB
    Operating System
    Windows 7/Vista/XP (32-bit)/Server 2008 R2/Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
    Browser
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
    Some National Instruments components require Microsoft Silverlight 4.0. If you use a component that requires Silverlight, a dialog box prompts you to install Silverlight from the Internet. Microsoft Silverlight 4.0 is available from the Microsoft Web site at microsoft.com/silverlight.
    Installation InstructionsInstalling from the LabVIEW 2011 Platform DVDs
    If you purchased LabVIEW 2011, you can install all of your LabVIEW products—including the NI Vision Development Module—using the LabVIEW 2011 Platform DVDs.
    To request additional LabVIEW 2011 Platform DVDs, refer to the National Instruments Web site.
    Installing from the NI Vision Development Module Installation Media
    Complete the following steps to install the NI Vision Development Module from the NI Vision Development Module installation media.
    • Log on as an administrator or as a user with administrator privileges.
    • Insert the NI Vision Development Module installation media.
    • If you do not have autorun enabled, double-click autorun.exe. If you have autorun enabled, autorun.exe runs automatically.
    • Follow the onscreen instructions.
    • (Optional) Activate NI Vision Development Module when prompted by the installer, or activate at a later time using the NI License Manager.
    Installing from an NI Software Suite or NI Product Bundle
    If you purchased this product with an NI Software Suite or NI Product Bundle, use the installation media that shipped with your purchase to install this product.
    How to Activate the NI Vision License
    When you run an NI Vision application for the first time, it prompts you to activate a license for the product. If you do not activate a valid license, the NI Vision application will run in Evaluation Mode and continue to prompt you to activate a license on each subsequent launch.
    Complete the following steps to activate the NI Vision license through an Internet connection.
    • Run the product you want to license.
    • Click Yes when prompted to interactively activate your product.
    • Ensure that Automatically activate through a secure Internet connection is selected, and click Next.
    • Enter the product serial number, and click Next.
    • Enter your registration information, and click Next.
    Tip: Enter your email address to receive a copy of your activation code for your records.
    Deploying Vision Applications
    Deployment refers to developing an application so that it can be distributed, or deployed, on a different computer than the one on which the application was developed. The NI Vision Development Module provides everything you need to deploy custom NI Vision applications to target computers. The NI Vision Development Module provides the following options:
    • The ability to create NI Vision Run-Time Engine installers, which integrate with the LabVIEW Application Builder, applications built in LabWindows/CVI, or a custom installer.
    • The ability to install the NI Vision Run-Time Engine directly from the Vision Development Module CD.
    • One NI Vision Run-Time License, which allows you to install a custom application on a single machine.
    The NI Vision Development Module installer contains the run-time engine installer for NI Vision. The run-time engine installer is installed at <Vision>\Run-Time Engine, where <Vision> is the location to which the NI Vision Development Module is installed. Visit the Drivers and Updates section of ni.com to download software upgrades for NI Vision and the NI Vision Run-Time installers.
    Purchasing NI Vision Deployment Licenses
    You must purchase an NI Vision Run-Time License (part number 778044-03) for each target machine onto which you want to install your custom NI Vision application, even if you install the NI Vision Run-Time Engine directly from the NI Vision Development Module CD. The NI Vision Development Module CD ships with one run-time license. Contact a National Instruments sales representative or visit ni.com to purchase additional run-time licenses.
    Note: Additional NI Vision Run-Time Licenses do not include a CD. To install additional licenses, use the original NI Vision Development Module CD and the serial number provided by National Instruments.
    Using the NI Vision Run-Time Engine
    You can call the NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer from the application installer. If you create the application installer with the LabVIEW Application Builder or with LabWindows/CVI, you can direct the installer to call the NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer.
    Refer to the LabVIEW Help for more information about the LabVIEW Application Builder. Refer to the NI LabWindows/CVI Help for more information about building and distributing LabWindows/CVI applications.
    You can also direct a custom application installer to call the NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer. Refer to the documentation that came with the installer software to learn how to call executables from the custom installer. If you are using a custom installer, call the NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer at the end of the installation procedure because the installer may require the system to be restarted.
    To use the NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer, you must add /qn as a command line argument to the run-time engine installer. For example, enter <Vision>\Run-Time Engine\vision2011rte.exe /qn to run the NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer, where <Vision> is the location to which NI Vision is installed.
    Distributing LabVIEW Applications
    The NI Vision Run-Time Engine installer does not install LabVIEW VIs. If you use the LabVIEW Application Builder to create an application (EXE) or dynamic link library (DLL), the Application Builder automatically includes the VIs used by the application. If you distribute a VI, you must include all subVIs that comprise the top-level VI. You must include the appropriate LabVIEW Run-Time Engine as part of the installation.
    Refer to the LabVIEW Help for more information about viewing the hierarchy of VIs and for more information about using the LabVIEW Run-Time Engine.
    Distributing LabWindows/CVI Applications
    In addition to including the NI Vision Run-Time Engine with the installer, you must include the appropriate LabWindows/CVI Run-Time Engine. Refer to the NI LabWindows/CVI Help for more information about creating an executable, creating a dynamic link library, and distributing applications.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the National Instruments Web site for an up-to-date list of known issues in the NI Vision Development Module.
    • Simple calibration is not disposed of properly when you learn simple calibration on an image repeatedly or in a loop. You must remove the calibration information using the IMAQ Remove Vision Info 2 VI to remove the existing simple calibration before learning a new simple calibration by running IMAQ Set Simple Calibration2 VI.
    • If you want to learn simple calibration on images that already have perspective or microplane calibration, you must remove the calibration information using the IMAQ Remove Vision Info 2 VI, and then run the IMAQ Set Simple Calibration2 VI to learn simple calibration.
    • To store error statistics on corrected images, you must run the IMAQ Get Calibration Info2 VI before correcting the calibration template image. The Return Error Information input must be set to TRUE.
    • The IMAQ Get Calibration Info2 VI returns 0 for the X Step and Y Step subparameters of the Grid Descriptor output if the calibration template image was not learned using simple calibration.
    • When installing software to a newly formatted Compact Vision System with MAX 4.7, files may be improperly installed. Refer to Timeout Received When Installing Software on CVS in MAX 4.7.x for information about addressing this issue.
    • Vision Assistant cannot generate C code if a double-byte character exists in the path to Vision Assistant or in the destination path for the generated code.
    • Some Vision Development Module .NET examples only work if Measurement Studio 8.6 is installed.
    • The Visual Basic .NET Label example does not compile.
    • There is no 64-bit Vision API for C or .NET.
    • Installing the Vision Development Module on a Windows Vista 64-bit computer where Visual Studio 2005 has been recently installed causes compatibility warnings.
    • The Vision Development Module cannot open two of the installed AVI files, SideCrash2.avi, when running as a 64-bit application.
    • AVI functionality requires Microsoft DirectX 8.1 or later.
    • On Windows XP computers with Service Pack 2 installed, NI Vision does not support reading AVI files located in the Local Settings folder, or any subfolders of this folder, when the AVI file uses any of the following compression filters:
      • Indeo&#174; Video 5.10 Compression Filter
      • Intel Indeo&#174; Video R3.2
      • Intel Indeo&#174; Video 4.5
      • Indeo&#174; Video 5.10
      Copying the AVI file to another folder resolves this problem.
    • Using NI Vision with LabWindows/CVI on a machine that does not support the MMX instruction set may cause an Illegal Operation exception to occur within the LabWindows/CVI environment. This error occurs when DirectX checks for the availability of the MMX instruction set on the machine.
    • The Vision Assistant Express VI image caching feature is available in LabVIEW 8.2 or later.
    Documentation and Examples
    The NI Vision Development Module documentation set consists of the following manuals and help files:
    • NI Vision Concepts Help—Describes the basic concepts of image analysis, image processing, and machine vision. This document also contains in-depth discussions about imaging functions for advanced users.
    The following sections describe the documents available for each application development environment and where to find example programs.
    NI Vision for LabVIEW Documentation
    • NI Vision for LabVIEW Help—Describes how to create machine vision and image processing applications in LabVIEW using the NI Vision Development Module. It also describes how to create a real-time vision application using NI Vision and the LabVIEW Real-Time Module.
      This document also contains reference information about NI Vision VIs and details about how to use NI Vision with LabVIEW. In LabVIEW, select Help&#187;NI Vision for LabVIEW Help.
      Note: The NI Vision for LabVIEW Help combines the NI Vision for LabVIEW User Manual and NI Vision for LabVIEW VI Reference Help from previous releases into one document.
    • NI Example Finder—Illustrates common applications you can create with NI Vision. In LabVIEW, select Help&#187;Find Examples. Click the Help button in the NI Example Finder to display the NI Example Finder Help.
    NI Vision for LabWindows/CVI Documentation
    • NI Vision for LabWindows/CVI User Manual—Describes how to create machine vision and image processing applications in LabWindows/CVI using the NI Vision Development Module.
    • NI Vision for LabWindows/CVI Function Reference Help—Contains reference information about NI Vision for LabWindows/CVI functions.
    • Function panel help within LabWindows/CVI—Allows you to right-click within each Vision function to access help for that function, control, function class, and function library. Function panels are installed at <CVI> is the location to which LabWindows/CVI is installed.
    • Example programs for specific applications are installed at <CVI>\Samples\Vision.
    NI Vision for .NET Documentation
    The NI Vision .NET documentation merges into the NI Measurement Studio Help. The NI Measurement Studio Help integrates into the Visual Studio Combined Help Collection under the Measurement Studio node in the Table of Contents. In order for links from Measurement Studio help topics to .NET Framework help topics to work, you must install the product documentation for Visual Studio, which installs the MSDN Library. This requires a secondary installation during the Visual Studio installation process.
    The NI Measurement Studio Help is in the Microsoft Help 2.0 format and requires a Microsoft Help 2.0 viewer to be displayed. A Microsoft Help 2.0 viewer is installed with both Microsoft Visual Studio and the Microsoft .NET Framework SDK. The SDK is freely available from MSDN at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads. If you do not have either of these products, you will need a standalone Microsoft Help 2.0 viewer to display the documentation. Some Help 2.0 viewers are available for download, such as Helpware's H2Viewer.
    • NI Measurement Studio Help—Contains reference information about NI Vision for .NET objects. Describes how to create machine vision and image processing applications in Visual Basic .NET and C# using the NI Vision Development Module. You can launch the NI Measurement Studio Help in the following ways:
      If you have Measurement Studio installed:

      • From the Windows Start menu, select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;<Measurement Studio>&#187;Measurement Studio Documentation, where <Measurement Studio> is the location to which Measurement Studio is installed. The help launches in a stand-alone help viewer.
      • From Visual Studio, select Measurement Studio&#187;NI Measurement Studio Help.
      If you do not have Measurement Studio installed:
      • From Visual Studio, select Help&#187;Contents to view the Visual Studio table of contents. The NI Measurement Studio Help is listed in the table of contents.
    • Example programs for specific applications are installed at <Vision> is the location to which NI Vision is installed.
    NI Vision Assistant Documentation
    • NI Vision Assistant Tutorial—Describes the Vision Assistant software interface and guides you through creating example image processing and machine vision applications.
    • NI Vision Assistant Help—Contains descriptions of Vision Assistant features and functions and provides instructions for using them. In Vision Assistant, select Help&#187;Online Help.
    • NI Classification Training Interface Help—Contains information about how to use the NI Classification Training Interface to classify binary samples. In the NI Classification Training Interface, select Help&#187;Online Help.
    • NI Color Classification Training Interface Help—Contains information about how to use the NI Color Classification Training Interface to classify color samples. In the NI Color Classification Training Interface, select Help&#187;Online Help.
    • NI OCR Training Interface Help—Contains information about how to use the NI OCR Training Interface to learn characters, save character sets, and verify characters by comparing them to a reference character. In the NI OCR Training Interface, select Help&#187;Online Help.
    • NI Texture Training Help—Contains information about how to use the NI Texture Training Interface to train a texture classifier file for use in texture defect detection applications. In the NI Texture Training Interface, select Help&#187;Online Help.
    • NI Calibration Training Help—Contains information about how to use the NI Calibration Training Interface to select and create a calibration for use in machine vision applications. In the NI Calibration Training Interface, select Help&#187;Online Help.
    • NI Vision Template Editor Help—Contains information about how to use the NI Vision Template Editor to learn and edit template images that you can use with pattern matching, geometric matching, and golden template comparison functions. In the NI Vision Template Editor, select Help&#187;Online Help.

    Copyright
    &#169; 2011 National Instruments Corporation. All rights reserved.
    Under the copyright laws, this publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, storing in an information retrieval system, or translating, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of National Instruments Corporation.
    National Instruments respects the intellectual property of others, and we ask our users to do the same. NI software is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. Where NI software may be used to reproduce software or other materials belonging to others, you may use NI software only to reproduce materials that you may reproduce in accordance with the terms of any applicable license or other legal restriction.
    Trademarks
    National Instruments, NI, ni.com, and LabVIEW are trademarks of National Instruments Corporation. Refer to the Terms of Use section on ni.com/legal for more information about National Instruments trademarks.
    Other product and company names mentioned herein are trademarks or trade names of their respective companies.
    Patents
    For patents covering the National Instruments products/technology, refer to the appropriate location: Help&#187;Patents in your software, the patents.txt file on your media, or the National Instruments Patent Notice at ni.com/patents.
    Additional Licenses
    This product contains third-party software. Refer to the NI Vision Development Module 2011 Free and Open Source Software Notices for information about applicable notices and licenses. You can access the NI Vision Development Module 2011 Free and Open Source Software Notices by navigating to <Vision>\Licenses, where <Vision> is the location to which you installed the NI Vision Development Module, and selecting VDM2011_FOSS_notices.pdf.

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